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Full text of "Bedford high school yearbook"

BEDFORD COLLEaiO 



Bedford Free Public Library 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



Home of the Bedford Flag 




The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John 
Page in 1737 bv King George U of England, ^vas 
carried bv his son. Nathaniel, ivho fought with the 
Bedford Minutemen at the Battle of Concord 
Bridge, April 19, 1775 

FEt2Da 




We, the class of 1 980, dedicate our yearbook to our class 
advisors, Mrs. Gullage and Mrs. Reynolds. Herself a 
graduate of Bedford High School, Mrs. Gullage has de- 
voted coutless hours to helping our class officers plan our 
activities and finances. Many of us will also remember her 
for her excellent typing classes. In particular, she spent 
many afternoons with our Prom Committee, meticulously 
arranging every detail of the dance. Mrs. Reynolds has 
also been a big help to our class, especially during our 
Sophomore year when Mrs. Gullage was on leave. She 
arranged our first phenomenally successful candy sale. 
This book, which could not have been produced without 
the cooperation of our class advisors, is dedicated to 
them, with thanks from us all. 




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SENIORS 

Four years together . . . 
They've gone so fast! 
What was our future 
Is now our past. 

High School times, 

Sports, parties, and friends. 

It's too bod 

It has come to an end. 

Starting as freshmen. 
Everyone heors 
"I hate this ploce — 
Only 3 more years!" 

Then, as sophomores. 

We knew this place inside-out. 

But since those days. 

We hove chonged, without o doubt. 

When we were juniors. 
Our class wos together. 
And prom time memories 
Will last forever. 

It's our last summer — 
Parties and beer! 
When we come back. 
It'll be our lost year. 

Finally, we've mode it; 
Nineteen-eighty is here! 
Will we miss this place 
At the end of the yeor? 

College applications ore due — 
Our future's at stake. 
There is so much work . . . 
Someone give us a break! 

The year is over 
For our class. 
Now, we're wondering 
Just who'll pass. 

Where will we go? 
What will we do.' 
Our life's so young! 
The day's so new! 

Remember the times 
And the things we've done! 
Remember the class of '80 
Is number one! 

Brenda Pyles 




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Carol Kean — Secretary Michael Davidson — Activity Chairman 



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SENIORS 




doesn't mean anything has 

chonged " DAVID ARDITO 








SCOTT BEAMAN 
WHIMPY 
All of my love . . . 



JEFFREY P. BATES 

"Life is too important to let it pass 
so fast, enjoy it while the present's 
here, soon it shall be past." 



JONATHAN E. BALL 
JON 

"If you build a wall your world is 
small, but a bridge of love will con- 
quer all." 



NELL FRANCES BARTON 

"For long you live and high you fly. 
Smiles you give and tears you cry. 
All you touch and all you see is all 
your life will ever be." 



THERESE BELLINO 

Don't let it bring you down. It's only 
castles burning. Just find someone 
who's turning and you will come 
around. 





MICHELLE LORRAINE 
BENOIT 
MICH 

"If you wake up and don't want to 
smile, if it takes just a little while, 
open your eyes and look at the day; 
you'll see things in a different way." 



JANE K. BILAFER 

"Man's only message is be real to 
yourself and listen to the voice that 
guides you. P.D.B. P.S. The good 
times are forever ! S.K., M.M., S.B., 
T.F." 



DONALD W. BIRCH, JR. 

DON 





KRISTEN LEE BLAISDELL 

KRIS 

"I would trade all of my tomorrows 
for one yesterday with you." 



NANCY L. BLAKE 

"To have joy one must shore it, 
happiness was born a twin." 

— old Indian saying 



CHERYL L. BLODGETT 

"A friendly face can always chase a 
cloudy day awoy!" 



DONALD BOATRIGHT 




NINA S. BOHROD 
#12" 

"We're all mod here. I'm mad. 
You're mad. You must be, or you 
wouldn't hove come here." 

— Cheshire Cat 



MARC BOOTH ROYD 

Time is a waste of Life 
Life is a waste of time 
So get wasted and hove 
The time of your life. 



SHARON ELIZABETH 
BRATT 

I look to the sea - reflections in the 
woves spot my memories: some 
happy, some sad. I think of child- 
hood friends and dreoms we had 
had. 

— Styx 

P.S. The good times ore foreverl 
M.M., T.F., S.K., J.B. 



SHARON AMY BROWN 

"And it was summer - warm, beauti- 
ful summer." 

— Hons Christian Anderson 




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BRUCE WILLIAM BULLOCK 

Eddy out along the way to rest and 
scout the next drops. 



BARBARA ANN BUDDEN 

"Every hello is the beginning of a 
good-bye, yet every good-bye may 
be the beginning of another hello." 



CHUCK BRUNNER 

"Don't let life discourage you, 
everyone who got where he is began 
where he was." 



LAURA ABBOTT BRYAN 

"With the day gone molten down his 
throat 

And his spine a tilted flame, 
What singer could not make one 

song 
As fine OS fire?" 

— George O'Neil 




CHRISTOPHER ALLAN 
BURRI 

CHRIS 



YVONNE M. BUSA 

BOO — BOO 
Fun and friendship belong together. 




EDWIN H. BUSCH 
EPPY 

"A lifetime of questions 
Tears on your cheek 
I tasted the answers 
And my body grew weak 
For you, the truth." 

— Geddy Lee 




KIRSTEN CARR 






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PAUL JOHN CARUSO, JR. 

P.J. 

"If you get it wrong, you'll get it 
right next time." 

— Jerry Raferty 



CINDY CHAMBERS 



SCOTT CHAMBERS 




BETH ANN CHAPMAN 

"The only way to hove a friend is to 
be one." 

— Emerson 




DEBBIE CLYDE 
DEBORAH LEE 
"Wolk on, walk on, with hope in 
your heart and you'll never walk 
alone." 



RICHARD K. COHEN 

RICK 

"This song is over, it's all behind 
me . . ." 

— The Who 



CATHERINE ANNE 
CHRISTEN 
CATH 

"Memories drift by like the sweet 
scent of lilac." 





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DEBRA A. COLLINS 

DEBBIE 
. there I go, turn the page." 

— Bob Seager 





DARREN MICHAEL 
CHRISTOPHER 
COLONERO 

I hear you knocking but you can't 
come in — riddle me that one. Bat- 
men? 



GARY R. CONNORS 

"You only lose tomorrow by reach- 
ing bock for yesterday. But never 
forget." 



JOHN CONWAY 

"If I explore the heavens or if I 
search inside - it reolly doesn't mat- 
ter as long as I can tell myself I've 
always tried." _ 




SARAH COSTA 



KATHY COTTRILL 

Thank you. Lord, for giving me a 
friend like you that lets me be me. 



DONNA M. COUTO 

Obstacles are what you see when 
you take your eyes off your goal. 



VALERIE CROCKER 






JONATHAN CROKE 



DIANE CUSHMAN 
DEE 

"You can't always get what you 
want but if you try sometimes, you 
just might find you get what you 

need." 



JO-ELLEN DAMERY 
JO 

You hove only failed when you have 
failed to try. 




DIANA E. DAMON 

"Love when you can. 

Cry when you have to; 

Be who you must. 

That's a part of the plan . . .' 



LAUREL A. DAVIDSON 

Two roads diverged in o wood, and 1 
— i took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the differ- 
ence. 

— Frost 



MICHAEL P. DAVIDSON 

"You can't alwoys get what you 
want. But if you try sometimes, you 
might find; you get what you need." 

— The Rolling Stones 



STEPHEN P. DAVIDSON 

"Sweet memories — Flashing very 

quickly by 
reminding me — Giving me o reason 

why 

I know that — my goal is more than 

a thought 
I'll be there — when I teach what 

I've been taught." 

— Rush 2112 



DONNA DEFOE 





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CAROLE MARIE DELANEY 

"What is to come we know not. But 





CELINE ANNE DOOLEY 
CEL 

Don't let yesterday use too much of 

today. 




ERICA ELLINGSON 




MARY DUTRA 
MEG 

"You wish that it was over, you 
never slow down, you're looking for 
kicks, there's nothing around, you 
can't hold on too lona. it's all right." 

— The Cars 



SUZANNE CAROLE 
ELDRIDGE 

SUE 

Only those who attempt the ridicul- 
ous can achieve the impossible. 

— R. Kiley 



JEANMARIE ENNIS 

JEAN 

"Don't give up until you drink from 
the silver cup and ride that highway 
in the sky." 



DAVE EUNSON 



GLENN ELLIS 





PATRICIA A. FALCIONE 

PATTI 



LISA FARRELL 

"Life is a series of experiences, each 
one of which makes us bigger, even 
though sometimes it is hard to 
realize this." 



SHIRLEY A. EWART 

"Give the world the best you hove 
and the best will come back to you." 



TERRY FEOLE 



TRACEY MARIE FILLEUL 

If you think your life is mass confu- 
sion 'cause your neighbors got it 
made; just remember it's a grand il- 
lusion and deep inside we're all the 




CHRISTOPHER FISHER 
CHRIS 



MARY FLORES 

"The tragedy of life is not that it 
ends so soon, but that we woit so 
long to begin it." 





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JANE MARIE FOERST 

We can not direct the wind, but we 
can adjust our sails. 



NANCY J. FOLEY 

"They said I would shine like the 
light of the city. But I hope it would 
be like the moon on the sea." 




ELIZABETH FORREST 

LIZ 

Go placidly amid the noise ond hate, 
and remember what peace ther moy 
be silence. 

— Desiderata 



CLAUDE A. FRENCH II 




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Gordon m. french 

GORDO 




PETER H. GOLDMAN 

"Enjoy present pleasures in such a 
way as not to injure future ones." 



JAMES V. GENTILE 



KENNETH M. FRENCH 
FRENCHY 
'I finolly did my time!" 






KIRSTEN LOUIS GRAEFF 

KOY 

The future is now . . . Good Luck! 



RICHARD EDWARD 
GREENE 

BOFFY 

I never let my schooling interfere 
with my education. 

— Mark Twain 




WILLIAM S. GURAL 

BILL 

Nothing in life is to be feared; it is 
only to be understood. 



LYNN SUSAN HAGERTY 

"The time goes by, all those years I 
remember the fun I hod, ond all my 
fears. Now I look to the future and 
what's in store; I hope I find what 
I'm looking for." 




CHRIS HALLIGAN 




AMY HAMILTON 





DAVID HAWKINS 



RICHARD STEPHEN 
HEINRICH, JR. 

On to greener grass and higher 
tides. 



ELLEN S. HAYES 



STACEY A. HATCH 

"Like a guest who stays too long. 
Now It's finally time to leave. 
Take it calmly and serene, 
It's the famous final scene." 

— B. Seger 




JO ANN HETTINGER 

You only live once. But if you work it 
right, once is enough. 



DAWN MICHELE HEWITT 

How can man die better 
Than facing fearful odds 
For the ashes of his fathers 
And the temples of his Gods? 




SHEILA RUTH 
HINGORANI 

"Friends depart, and memory takes 
them to her caverns, pure and 
deep." 



STEVEN P. HOKSCH 

It's not important what is behind us 
or what is ahead of us; it's what is 
inside of us that counts. 





KAREN ELISABETH 
HOLLAND 

Happy ore all who perfectly follow 
the laws of God. 

— Psalms n9;1 




BETH HOPKINS 

Rainbows of friendship color our 
days with a happiness that never 
seems to fade. They curve far be- 
yond the horizon of here and now, 
but the treasure is at this end. 




CHARLES HUENEFELD 

BUCK 

"I've been dazed and confused for 
so long it's not true." 

— Jimmy Page 




JOANNE LYNNE HULBERT 

Life itself can't give you joy 
Unless you really will it 
Life just gives you time and spoce 
It's up to you to fill it. 



ANNE MARIE 
HUTZENBILER 

Thonks for the memories . . those 
special smiles exchaged — holding 
the secrets of things dear to us. 



KAREN THERESA 
JACOBSON 

"Now OS the years roll on, each 
time we hear our favorite song, the 
memories come along, older times 
we're missing, spending the hours 
reminiscing." 

— Graham Goble 



STEVE JANEK 

LUNGS 

Long you'll live and high you'll fly, 
smiles you'll give and tears you'll 
cry, for all you touch and all you 
see, for all your life will ever be. 

—Floyd 



DEAN JEAS 

We ore the people our parents used 
to worn us about. 






MICHELLE JOY 



DEBORAH R. KAPLAN 
DEB 

"Don't ask where I'm going. 
Just listen when I'm gone. 
And far away you'll hear me 
Singing softly to the dawn." 

— Pippin 



ROBIN E. JOSS 

The wide-eyed and laughing are one 
step ahead of the breeze. 



WAYNE E. JOHNSON 

You see, it's all clear; 

You were meant to be here: 

From the beginning. 

— Lake 



CAROL ANN KEAN 
PEACH 

I.A.G. 

In all it's sham, drudgery and bro- 
ken dreams, it is still a beautiful 
world. 

— Desiderata 




BRIAN KELLEY 

In your longing for your giant self 
lies goodness, and that longing is in 
all of you. 



CAROLYN J. KENNEY 

Life is too important to waste; strive 
to be happy! 



SUSAN M. KILPATRICK 
SUE 





MICHELE LEVESQUE 

SHELL 



Success is to be measured not so 
much by the position one has 





BOB 

"I don't need to face a world of disil- 
[ lusion. I've come to one conclusion 
that I know you know is true." 

— Kansas 




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MARY E. McGARRY 
DOUBLE M 




WILLIAM McMAHAN 
BILL 




PAUL McKENNA 



ROBIN MARIA McKENZIE 

"The post cannot be changed, the 
future is still in your power." 



EVA M. McLaughlin 

"What wisdom can you find thot is 
greoter than kindnessO" 
Thanks, Mr. Ambrose 



JULIE McMURTRIE 

"So on and on I go. 
Seconds tick the time out. 
There's so much left to know 
And I'm on the road to find out.' 



SUSAN LYNN MEAD 
SUZIE 

Good deeds are remembered with a 
smile. 



MARY JO McMANUS 





LINDA MICHELSON 



MICHAEL MICHAUD 




FREDERICK A. MIKSENAS 

FRED 



THOMAS MEAD 



ROBERT I. MILLAR III 

"Genius is one percent inspiration 

and ninety-nine percent 
perspiration." 

— T.A. Edison 





SARA B. MILLER 

Friendship is like a moth problem. It 
multiplies joys and divides sorrows. 



ELLEN M. MIZZONI 

"Just remember ... no matter how 
far we may be from one another, 
never let distance come between 

friendship." 



KEITH D. MOFFETT 





STEPHANIE A. MOLL 

STEPH 

"You've got to make your own kind 
of music, sing your own special 



— (Mama) Cass Elliot 



JANICE E. MOLLOY 

JAN "#14" 
"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is 
only to be understood " 

— Marie Curie 



CLIFTON MOORE 
CLIFF 




DAVID A. MORANO 

MONK 

"Good-bye ruby Tuesdoy, who 
could hong a name on you? When 
you change with every new day, still 
I'm gonna miss you." 

— Stones 



JAMES ANTHONY 
MORRIS 

JIMMY 

"Judge a man by his questions 
rather than his onswers." 



STEPHEN ANTHONY 
MORRIS 

STEVE 

"I must do something" will solve 
more problems than "Something 
must be done." 



DAVID ALLAN MORRIS 
DAVE 

"Giving advice to a fool is like giving 
medicine to a deed mon." 





THOMAS MULLIGAN 

MULL 

"Character determines your will, for 
whot you will, you ore. You don't 
wish yourself to be something, you 
forge yourself to be that." 



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FERENC NAGY 

Never before hove we had such a 



little time to do so much. 



— F.D.R. 



DAWN MURPHY 




JOANNE NAZZARO 




GEORGE NEUMANN 



MARK N. NOLAN 

SPARKY 

"Always exceed the standards set 
before you. Never be ordinary, al- 
ways be exceptional." 

— S.P.K.Y. 




LOIS L. NORDBY 

"No one con make you feel inferior 
without your consent." 



DONNA M. O'CONNOR 





ELISA C. ODUYA 

LISA 

Life is either a daring adventure or 
nothing ot all. 



JOAN C. O'ROURKE 

"Never thought about tomorrow 
It seemed like o long time to come." 

— J. Geils 



JEANNE PALMERI 

BEAN 

"Enjoy yourself. This is one of the 
good old days you're going to miss 
sometime." 





ANNE MARIE PAPALIA 

ANNE 

Friendships are so beautiful. Let's 
olwoys remember the times we 
shared. 



JUDY PARKER 

Hey, it's been fun, 
But I've paid my time, 
and a new life is going to be mine! 

— Marshall Tucker Bond 



HEATHER PATON 



DAVID PARADISE 





BRENDA MAE PYLES 

"To dreom the impossible dream is 
to bring that dream one step closer 
to reality." 




THOMAS J. RICHARDSON 

TOM 

"Where words fail, music speaks." 




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FRANCES MARGARET 
RICKER 
FRANIGAN 
You have only foiled when you hove 
failed to try. 



SUZANNE D. RIDER 

"Now I see myself as I am. 
Feeling very free. 
Life is everything 
It's meant to be." 

— Chicago 



SHERMAN ROBINSON 
SHERM 

"It's not nice to be important, but 
It's important to be nice." 




LEIGH ANNE ROGERS 

By perseverance the snail reached 
the Ark. 






NAOMI LYNN SACHS 

On the loose to climb a mountain 
On the loose to where 1 cm free 
On the loose to live my life 
the way I think my life should be. 



JAMES SANTOS 



JEFFREY M. 
SANTOSUOSSO 

". . . And when you look you'll see 
for miles around miles around, 
you'll see the world is in your 
hand . . ." 



PAUL LOUIS SCHEYDER 

"Don't say you can't do something. 
Just say to yourself, "I can," and 
GO FOR IT! 




LAURIE J. SCULLIN 

"Do what's good for you, or you're 
not good for anybody." 

— Billy Joel 



SANDRA E. SCHIFF 
SANDY 

"The language of tones belongs 
equally to all mankind, and melody 
to the absolute language in which 
the musician speaks to every 
heart." 

— Richard Wagner 



STEVE C. SCHOORENS 

SHOE 

"And the men who hold high places 
must be the ones who start to mold 
a new reality closer to the heart." 

—Rush 



ANITA SCIARAFFA 







ANN SHIELDS 



LISA ANN SHEA 
ME 

You have to see it to believe it, but 
you can't believe what you see. 



KATE SELBY 



PAUL M. SIEKMAN 

BIEKAH 

"With a one way ticket to the land 
of truth and my suitcase in my 
hand . . ." 

— Neil Young 



DEBRA ANN SKINNER 

BREE 

Watch out, Steve Cauthen, Ken 
tucky Derby, here I come!! 



JEFFREY SMITH 



RHONDA LEE SIBLEY 

I'd gother rainbows and tie them in 
bunches of liquid silver and home- 
spun gold. Just to moke you 
smile . . . 




MICHELLE SMITH 





LINDA STEPHAN 

"For long you'll live and high you'll 
fly, smiles you'll give and tears 
you'll cry, for oil you touch and all 
you see, for oil your life will ever 
be." 

— Pink Floyd 



MARIE STERNBERG 



JAMES J. STEPCHEW 

OSCAR 

"Before you get to heaven you have 
to raise a little hell." 



JOHN F. STEFANELLI 

"Virtue is like a rich stone - best 
plain set." 

Francis Bacon 








KELLY STONE 



MATTHEW KENNETH 
STUART 
MATT 

"It is not the quantity of things in life 
that matter, it is the quality." 



WILLIAM F. STINSON, JR. 

BILL 

'Please all and you please none." 



TRICIA STEVENS 

You are a child of the universe, no 
less than the trees and the stars; 
you hove a right to t>e here. And 
whether or not it is clear to you, no 
doubt the universe is unfolding as it 
should. 



JOAN H. SULLIVAN 

"Time is not measured by the years 
that you live but by the deeds that 
you do and the joy that you give." 

— Helen Rice 



CHRISTINE F. 
SUTHERLAND 

"Take your time; think a lot. 
Think of everything you've got. 
For you will still be here tomorrow. 
But your dreams may not." 

— Cat Stevens 





RENEE THERIAULT 



SANDRA LEIGH THOMAS 

SANDY 

Tho' we're going our seperote ways, 
there can only be brighter days. 






THORESEN 

'Orwell wos an optimist 



CLARE J. TOWLE 

Far away, there in the sunshine are 
my highest aspirations. I may not 
reach them, but I con look up and 
see their beauty, believe in them, 
and try to follow where they lead. 

— Louiso May Alcott 



WILLIAM F. VETRANO 




DANA S. WASHBURN 

If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because 
he hears a different drumer. Let him 
keep pace to the beot which he 
heors, however meosured or for 
away. 



AMANDA D. WHEELER 

MANDY 

Accept me as I am, only then will we 
discover eoch other. 

— Federice Fellini 



PAUL WEINSCHENK 

CHANK 



AMY ISABEL WEBSTER 

If something seems unfair, woit 
awhile; God never mokes a mis- 
take!" 



JOSEPH WEAVER 






ELIZABETH A. WHITNEY 

You can't always get what you 
want, but if you try sonnetime, you 
might find you'll get what you need. 



GEORGE WHEELER 



JOHN M. WHITE 

JAY 

"Happy are those who dream 
dreams and are ready to pay the 
price to make them come true." 



WILLIAM WIELER 




CHRISTOPHER WIESEN 



PHILIP M. WILKINS 
BING 



KAREN ELIZABETH 
WILLIAMSON 

Many fears are born of fotigure and 
loneliness. Beyond a wholesome 
discipline, be gental with yourself. 

— Desiderata 




CHERYL LYNN ANN 
WILSON 






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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



AHERN, JULIETTE — 3 Francis Kelley Rd.; Football, Basketball Cheerleading 4; Prom Committee 3,4 

ALDORISIO, GALE B. — 24 Chelmsford Rd.; Soccer 2,3,4; Gymnastics 3,4 Captain 4; Track 2,3; Tennis 4; Prom Committee 
3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 3,4 

AUCOIN, TRACEY E. — 10 Lynnfield St.; Cheerleading 3,4; Prom Committee 4 

AURA, RANDAL J. — 5 Fayette Rd. 

BALL, JONATHAN — 224 Carlisle Rd.; Madrigal. 4-H; United Combined training Association; Moss Quarter Horse 

Assocation 

BARTELS, JOANNE ELIZABETH — 12 Elm Brook Circle; Freshmen Girls Basketball 1; JSR 3; Prom Committee 3 
BARTON, NELL F. — 95 Page Rd.; Basketball 1 

BATES, JEFFREY P. — Prom Committee 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Legislative Committee 2 
BEAMAN, SCOTT ERIC — 1 1 William St. 

BELLINO, THERESE — 45 Hoyden Lone; Ensemble 1,2; Choir 2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Double Sextet 4; Musical 2,3,4 
BENOIT, MICHELLE L. — 14 Norma Rd.; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 3,4 

BIRCH, DONALD W. — 7 Wildwood Dr.; Football 4; Hockey 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 
BLAKE, NANCY L. — 88 North Rd.; JSR 3,4; AFS 1,2; Musicals 3,4 

BLODGETT CHERYL — 1 1 Boron Pk Ln #26 Burl.; Majorette 1,2,3 Co-Captain 4; Prom Committee 4 

BOHROD, NINA S. — 37 Neillian Way; AFS 1,2,3,4; AFS Senior Rep. 4; Student Court 1; Citizenship Committee 3,4; 
Chairperson 4; Quebec Trip 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; NHS 3,4; Drama Program 1,2,3,4; 
Philosophy and Objectives Committee 2,3; Prom Committee 4 

BOOTHROYD, MARC — 22 Hill Terrace; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Wrestling 2 

BRATT, SHARON — 7 Overlook Drive; Swimming 1,2; Tennis 1,2; Prom Committee 3 

BROWN, SHARON A. — 4 Jeffrey Circle; AFS 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1; Choir 2,3,4; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Musicals 2,3,4; 
Quebec Trip 3; Parallax 4 

BRUNNER, CHARLES S. — 13 Lido Lane; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2; Tennis 1,3,4; Windensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 
3,4; Orchestra 4; Musical 4; JSR 3,4; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4 

BRYAN, LAURA A. — 55 Pine Hill Rd.; AFS 1,2,3,4; Pres. AFS 3,4; Student Advisory Committee 3; Legislative Committee 
4; Girls Swim and Diving Team 1 ,2,3,4; Drama Club 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 4; Madrigals 1 ,2,3,4; Musicals 1 ,2,3,4; NHS 4; Best BET 
'78'; Double Sextette 4 

BUDDEN, BARBARA A. — 283 Concord Rd. 

BURRI, CHRISTOPHER A. — 253 Concord Rd.; Freshman Boys Basketball 1; Cross Country 2; Junior Varsity Boys 
Bosketballball 3; Varsity Boys Basketball 4 

BUSA, YVONNE M. — 36 Crescent Ave.; Freshmen Basketball 1; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Cross 
Country 1,2,3; Varsity Soccer 4; Varsity Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 

CARR, KIRSTEN — 178 Old Billerica Rd.; Soccer 2 

CARUSO, PAUL JOHN — 5k Dewey Rd.; Drama 1,2,3; Legislative Committee 2,3,4; Ensemble 3,4; Choir 4; Musical 
Comedy 3,4; Student Advisory Council 3; JSR 2,3 (chairman), 4 (secretary) 

CHAPMAN, BETH ANN — 1 1 Pine Hill Rd.; Spring Track 3; Yearbook 3 

CHRISTEN, CATHERINE J. — 3 Robinson Dr.; Swim Team 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Double Sexter 2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Wind 
Ensemble 4; Musicals 1,2,3,4 

CLYDE, DEBORAH — 39 Glenridge Dr.; Drama Club 1,2; Ensemble 1,4; Choir 2,3,4; Musical Comedies 2,3,4 
COHEN, RICK — 4 Lynnfield St.; Lacrosse 1,2,3 

COLLINS, DEBRA A. — Field Hockey 1; Track 1; Ski Club 1,2; Cheerleading 2,3,4 
COLONERO, DARREN — 10 Hilltop Drive; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4 
CONNORS, GARY — 362 South Rd.; Ski Club 1,2,3; Soccer Manager 1,2 

COTTRILL, KATHERINE — 6 Glen Terrace; French Club at Kwauolein Jr. and Sr. School, Marshall Islands 
COUTO, DONNA — 23 Hoyden Lane; Soccer 2,3,4 Captain 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4 
CROCKER, VALERIE M. — Swim 2; Ski 3,4 



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CROKE, JONATHAN — 14 Beverly Rd.; Rifle Team 1 ,2; Winter Track 3; Cross Country 4; Science Club 1,2; Explorers Club 
1,2,3 

CUSHMAN, DIANE 
DAMON, DIANA 

DAVIDSON, LAUREL A. — 9 Old Middlesex Rd.; Soccer 1,2,3; Ski Team 1,2; Ensemble 1,2; NHS 3,4; Prom Committee 3; 
AFS 1,2; Council 3, Co-President 4; AFS Summer Program Exchange Student 3 

DAVIDSON, MICHAEL P. — 39 Fletcher Rd.; JV Hockey 1 , Varsity 2,3,4; JV Tennis 1 ,2, Varsity Tennis 3,4; Frosh Football, 
Senior Class Officer, Activities Chairperson 4; Senior Prom Band Com. 4; Jr. Prom Decorating Com. 3 

DAVIDSON, STEVEN — 39 Fletcher Rd.; Fresh. Football; JV Hockey 1 ,2; Varsity Hockey 3,4 (tri-coptain 4); JV Tennis 1; JV 
Soccer 2,3; Varsity Soccer 4; Prom Committee 3; Stage Crew 3,4; Light Crevv 3,4 

DEFOE, DONNA — 18 Bedford Village 

DELANEY, CAROLE — 6 Daniels Dr.; Prom Committees 3,4; Ski Club 4; Tennis Team 3; Ski Team 4; NHS 3, Secretary 4 

DERANIAN, JOHN R. — 15 Alaska Ave.; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Telemedia — promotional 
manager 3,4 

DIXON, KIM E. — 54 Offutt Rd.; Golf 1; Gymnastics 1,3,4 Capt. 3,4; Swim Team 2,3,4; Captain 4; Softball 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 4 

DOHERTY, BRIAN J. — 25 Gould Road; Outing Club 3,4; French Club 2,3; JSR 3,4 
DONOVON, PETER — 12 Paul Revere Rd.; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Math League 1,3,4; Science Club 2,3 
DOOLEY, CELINE A — 5 Doris Rd.; Fieldhockey 1,2 
DUTRA, MARY M. — 1 Lynnfield St.; Ensemble 3 

ELDRIDGE, SUZANNE C. — 261 Great Rd.; Rifle Team 1,2,3; Drama Club 3 
ELLIS, GLENN A. — 45 Wilson Rd.; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; Musical 3 

ENNIS, JEAN — 29 Wildwood Dr.; Tennis 1 ,2,3; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4 Captain 4; Fieldhockey 1 ,2,3,4 Captain 4; Best BET '80'; 
Citizenship Committee 1,2,3 

EPENETER, NATALIE LYNN — 98 Concord Rd.; Drama Club 1,2; Bedford citizens for limited taxation 1; JSR 1 
FARRELL, LISA — Ski Club 1; Majorettes 2,3,4 

FLORES, MARY E. — 19 Brooksbie Rd.; NHS 3,4; AFS 3,4; Citizenship Committee 4; Yearbook 3; Tournament of plays 1 ,2; 
Drama Club 1,2 

FRENCH, GORDON — 2 Walsh Rd.; Football 1,2,3; Lacrosse 2,3 
FRENCH, KEN — Soccer 1,2,3; Best BET '80' 
FOLEY, NANCY — 396 Davis Rd. 

GOLDMAN, PETER H. — 7 Bandera Dr.; Soccer 1,2; Indoor Soccer 1,2; Ski Team 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3,4 
GRAEFF, KIRSTEN — 325 Springs Rd.; AFS 2,3,4; Pep Club 1 

GUAY, GORDON G. — 19 Clark Rd.; Soccer 1,2,3,4 Co-Captain 4; Swim Team 1,2,3,4 Captain 3 
GUISE, GARY 

HAGERTY, LYNN S. — 19 Cot Hill Rd.; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3 
HALLIGAN, CHRIS — 334 Old Billerica Rd.; Drama Club 2,3; AFS 2,3,4 

HAMILTON, AMY — 14 Fern Way; Marching Bond 1; J.V. Basketball 2,3; Varsity Basketball 4; J.V. Soccer 3; Varsity 
Soccer 4; J.V. Softball 2; Varsity Softball 3,4; Quebec Trip 

HARRINGTON, WILLIAM — 70 South Rd.; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 4 

HATCH, STACEY A. — Field Hockey 1,2; Gymnastics 2; Track 1,2; Cheerleoding 3,4 Captain 4 

HAWKINS, DAVID — 27 Otis ST; Football 1,2,3,4; Stage Manager, Musical 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; 
Basketball 1,2; Legislative Committee 2; Student Court 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3 

HETTINGER, JOANN — 47-B Scott Circle; Ski Team 3,4; Pep Club 1 ,2; Yearbook Staff 4; Newspaper 3,4; Ski Club 1 ,2,3,4; 
JSR 4; Prom Committee 3,4 

HEWITT, DAWN M. — Yearbook Staff 1; School Newspaper 1; Drama 1,2; Computer Club 3,4 

HINGORANI, SHEILA — 313 Springs Rd.; AFS 1,2,3,4 Vice-President 4; Choir 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Double Sextette 3,4; 
Drama 1,2,3,4; Missile Staff 4; NHS 3,4; Quebec Trip 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Citizenship Committee 4 



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HOKSCH, STEVEN P. — 21 -A Scott Circle; Torrejon American High School: Chess Club 1; Color Guard 1; Yearbook 2- 
Class Senator 2; NHS 2,3; BHS: Yearbook 4, NHS 4 

HOPKINS, BETH — 7 Ridgewood Lane; JV Softball 2; Varsity Softball 3,4; JV Soccer 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Prom Committee 3 

HORNING, STACEY A — 34 Woodland Rd.; Musical Theater 1 ; Literary Magazine 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; German Club 
3,4 Drama Club 2; Outing Club 3; Ensemble 2,3; JSR 3,4; Winter Track 1 

HUTZENBILER, ANNE — 13 Patterson Rd.; Drill Team 1 (HHS); Yearbook 3,4; JSR 3; Prom Committee 3 

IRWIN, TRACEY — 52 Wildwood Dr.; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 
1,2; Powder Puff Football 4 

JEAS, DEAN — 7 Petterson Rd.; Football 1; Winter Track 1,2,3,4 Tri-Captain 4; Spring Track 1,2; Lacrosse 1,2,3,4 

JOHNSON, WAYNE — 1 Harvard Dr.; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Madrigal 
3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3 

JOSS, ROBIN — Field Hockey 1,2,3 National Honor Society 3,4 

KELLEY, BRIAN R. — 120 Ent Rd.; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2; Ensemble 3,4; Madrigal 4 
KENNEY, CAROLYN J. — 31 Evergreen Ave. Pep Club 1; Prom Committee 3,4; JSR 3,4; Yearbook Business Manager 4 
LAMBERT, SCOTT — 5 Patterson Rd.; Swim Team 3,4; NHS 3,4 

LANDRIGAN, ELIZABETH ANN — 6 Davis Rd.; Doherty High School: Cheerleading 2; Tennis Team 2,3 
LEHAN, MICHAEL J. — 99 Hancock St.; Baseball 1,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Golf 2 

LEVESQUE, MICHELLE — 2 Neillian St.; Pep Club 2; JSR 3,4 Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ensemble 3,4 
L'HEUREUX, LAWRENCE — 15 Ledgewood Dr.; Soccer 1 
LIPSON, BETH — 1 Williams St.; Yearbook 2,3,4; AFS 2 

LITTLE, MARK C. — 228 Dudley Rd.; Baseball 1; Lacrosse 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4 
LONG, THOMAS — 8 Nellis Terrace; Swim Team 1,2,3,4 

MALCHOW, JULIE A. — 9 Alaska Ave.; Varsity Soccer 4; Cross Country 2,3; Ski Team 2; Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
MARTIN, MALCOLM — 267 Dudley Rd.; Tele-Media 1,2,3,4; Drama Club Light Crew 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4 
MASSA, BOB — 16 Beverly Rd.; Football 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3; NHS 3, Vice-President 4; Senior Class President 
MASON, MARK — 1 14 Offutt Rd. 

MASSE, DONNA — 16 Washington St.; Yearbook 4; French Club 2, Pep Club 1; Ensemble 3,4 

MCCARTHY, KAREN M. — 225 North Rd.; Concert Bond 1,2,3,4; JSR 2,3,4; Girls Soccer 2; Tennis Team 2 

MCKENNA, PAUL J. — 3 Doris Rd.; National Honor Society 3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4 

MCKENZIE, ROBIN — 33 Hoyden Lane 

MCLAUGHLIN, EVA MARY — 20 Hemlock Lone 

MCMAHAN, WILLIAM T. — 1 1 Dunster Rd.; Football 1; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4 

MCMANUS, MARY-JO — 226 Old Billerica Rd.; Field Hockey 1; Tennis 1,2; Basketball 1; Football-Basketball Cheerleading 
2,3,4 Co-Captain 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Activities Committee 3; Citizenship Committee 4 

MCMURTRIE, JULIE — 2 Hoyden Lone; Soccer 2,3,4 Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 Captain 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1 

MEAD, SUSAN LYNN — 30 Sunset Rd.; Best BET '77'; Winter Track 1,2,4; Spring Track Varsity 3,4; Soccer 3,4 Varsity, 
Tri-Captain 4; JSR 2 $; Prom Committee 3,4; Junior Class President; Powder Puff Football 4 

MEAD, THOMAS — 44 Pine Hill Rd.; Football 1,2,3,4 Tri-Captain 4; Hockey 1,2,3,4 Captain 4; Baseball 1,3,4 

MICHELSON, LINDA J. — Tennis Team 1,2; Newspaper Staff 1; prom Committee 3 

MIETZNER, LORI A. — 140 Great Rd.; Majorettes 2,3,4 

MILLAR, ROBERT — 14 Robinson Dr.; Soccer 1,2,3; Winter Track 1,2,3; Spring Track 1; NHS 3,4 

MIZZONI, ELLEN — 1 1 1 Pine Hill Rd.; Field Hockey 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4 Captain 4; Prom Committee 3; 

Citizenship Committee 4 

MOIR, SCOT — 2 Clark Circle 

MOLL, STEPHANIE A. — 10 Sherwood Drive; Choir 1,2,3,4; Swim Team 1,4; Student Court 3; JSR 3,4; Double sextette 
2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Marching Bond Go-Fer 3,4; Marching Band Announcer 4 



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MOLLOY, JANICE — 15 Reed Lane; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2; Softball 1,2,3,4; AFS 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 3,4 

MOORE, CLIFTON W. — 7 Francis Kelley Rd.; Explorer Club 1; Softball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4 

MORANO, DAVID A. — 13 Wildwood Dr.; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4 

MORGAN, DANIEL — 1 8 Curve St.; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Soccer 1 ,2,3; Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 4; Basketball 1; 
Ski Team 3; Musical 3,4 

MORRIS, DAVID — 4 Rodney Rd.; Soccer 2,3; Golf 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 

MORRIS STEPHEN A. — 19 Jeffrey Circle; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4 

MOSCA, CELINE — 22 Evans Ave. 

MULLIGAN, THOMAS — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Student Activities Committee 3,4; 
Vice-President 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4 

MURPHY, DAWN — 7 Hilda Rd.; Fall Tournament of Plays 1,2; Prom Committee 3 
NOLAN, MARK — Band 1; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Cross Country 4 

NORDBY, LOIS L. — 1 1 1 Offutt Rd.; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3; Tele-Media 3,4; Best BET '80' NHS 3,4; Warner Robins, Georgia: Cheerleader 1; V. Pres. Of National Jr. Beta 
Club 1; Pep Club 1; Leibe Club 1 

OCONNER, DONNA — 31 Evergreen Ave.; Prom Committee 3; Evaluation Committee 3 
ODUYA, ELISA — 63-B Scott Circle; AFS 4 

PAPALIA, ANNE MARIE — 42 Notre Dame Rd.; Student Court 1; Prom Chairman 3; Prom Committee 3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Ski Team 4; NHS 

PARADISE, DAVID C. — Te; e-Media 2,3,4; Math League 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3; NHS 3,4; Parallax 2,3; Marching Band 
1,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4 

PARKER, JUDY MARIE — 59 Dunster Road 

PATON, HEATHER BLAKE — 9 Sibley Drive, Ski Team 

PATRICK, RHONDA — 67-B Scott Circle, Tele-media Broadcasting 

POORE, DREW — 14 Ledgewood Drive, Band 1,2,3,4 

PEDERSEN, KIRSTEN — 15 Nellis Terrace, *Junior Historians, Treasurer 1, * Spanish Club 1, Drama Club 2, Best B.E.T. 
'78, Summer Soccer, Prom Committee 3,4; Evaluation Committee 3, Yearbook — Assistant Lay-out Editor 3, Lay-out Editor 
4, J.S.R. 4; N.H.S. 4; *Copperas Cove, Texas 

POOR, LISA — 35 Sweetwater Avenue, Bedford; Drama 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2,3; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 1 

PRIOR, VELVET L. — 2 Hill Road; *Latin Club 1,2,3; *Track 2; *Contoocook Valley Regional High, Peterborough, N.H. 

PRUYN, KRISTOPHER F. — 317 Springs Rd.; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3; Best BET 2; Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

PYLES, BRENDA — 443A North Road; J.V. Basketball 1 ; J.V. Softball 1 ,2; J.V. Fieldhockey 2; V. Basketball 2,3; V. Softball 

3; Prom Committee 3 

RATLEDGE, MARK — 1 Andrews Rood 

RICHARDS, BRADLEY — 12 Robinson Drive, Basketball, Spring Track 1,2; Winter Track 2 

RICHARDSON, THOMAS J. — 22 Page Road; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,4; Pep Band 
1 ,2,3,4; Concert Bond 1, Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Football 1 ,2,3; Baseball 1; Student Court 2; Winter Track 1 ,2; Tele-medid 
2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; District Chorus 4 

RICKER, FRANCES M. — 69 Woodland Road; Cross-Country 1,2,3,4 Captain 4; Varsity Girls Basketball Manager 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 1 ,2,3,4; Legislative Committee, Secretary 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Sports Editor 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Volunteer 
May and October High School Bloodmobiles; N.H.S. 3,4 

ROBINSON, SHERMAN — 17Elmbrook Road; Football 1 ,2; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Class President 2; School 
Evaluation 3,4 

ROGERS, LEIGH ANNE — 81 Concord Rood; Pep Club 2; Cheerleader 1; Spring Track 2; Spring Play 2 
ROSATO, JOANNA — 2 Sherwood Drive 

RUNYON, HAL A. — 1 8- A Scott Circle; Prom Committee 4, Football 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Student 
Court 1 

RUSSO, PETER — 3 Macintosh Rd.; Football 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Soccer 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Legislative Committee 3,4; 
Class Treasurer 1 ,4 

SACHS, NAOMI L. — Soccer — Hockey Cheerleader 3,4; Captain 4; Tele-media Broadcasting 4 



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SARCIA, MICHAEL — 4 Neillian Way, Bedford, Mass. 

SCHEYDER, PAUL — 398 Davis Road, Rifle Team 1,2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Drama Club Musical 

SCIORAFFA, ANITA M. — 299 Concord Road, Bedford; Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1; Ensemble 4 

SCHIFF, SANDRA E. — 71 Page Road, Marching 1 ,2,3,4; Concert Band 1 , Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Band 3,4; Musical 3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Prom Committee 3, Best B.E.T. '78, Student Service Committee 3,4 

SCULLIN, LAURIE J. — 421 Concord Road, Literary Magazine 3 

SHEA, LISA ANN — 2 Hamilton Rood; Choir 3,4; Rainbow 

SHIELDS, ANN — 130 North Rood, Bedford, Mass. 

SKINNER, DEBRA A. — 97 Page Road; Gymnastics 2 

SMITH, JEFFREY 

SPADARO, JOHN J. — 80 Page Road, Football 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3 

SPARKS, KATHLEEN — 8 Richard Road, Girls Soccer 2,3; Ensemble 3; Choir 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3 

STEELE, DAVID L. — 7 Jeffrey Circle, Rifle Team 1,2,3; Captain 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Audio Visual Club 3 

JOHN, STEFANELLI F. — 6 Self ridge Rd.; Best B.E.T. "78", Ski Club 1 ,2; Prom Committee 3,4; Exploration "77", Yearbook 
Staff 3, Art Editor 4; Stage Crew 2,3,4 

STEPCHEW, JIM — 19 Lido Lane, Soccer 2,3,4; Indoor Soccer 2,3,4; Lacrosse 3,4; Ski Team 2; Student Govt. 1; Math 
Committee 3,4 

STEPHAN, LINDA 

STERN, GINGER — 321 North Road, Gymnastics 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4 
STINSON, WILLIAM F., JR. — 4 Nellis Terrace; Football 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4 
STONE, KELLEY— 18 Hemlock Lane 

STUART, MATHEW K. — 10 Woodmoor Drive, Riflery 1,2,3, Captain 4; Baseball 3 

SULLIVAN, JOAN H. — 5 Princess Pine Drive; Citizenship Committee 4; Girls Swim Team 1,2,3; Captain 4; J.V. Softboll 2; 
Varsity Softball 3,4; Activities Committee 4 (Hall Decorating Committee) 

THOMAS SANDRA L. — 30 Bacon Road; Prom Committee 3 

TOWLE, CLARE — 11 Paul Revere Road; Girls Soccer 1 ,2; Varsity 4; Girls Track 1; Concert Band 1 ,2; Ensemble 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3 

ULLRICH, DALE R. — 69 Offutt Road; Drill Team 4, Rifle Team 4; Bedford High School; Color Guard 1 — Del Rio Texas; 
French Club 3; Jazz Band 3 — Rantoul Township, Illinois 

VETRANO, WILL — 19 Ledgewood Drive; N.H.S. 3,4 

WEBSTER, AMY I. — 83 North Rood; J.V. Girls Soccer 2; Varsity Girls Soccer 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; 
Ski-Team 2; Spring Track 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4 

WASHBURN, DANA — 5 Francis Kelly Road; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Winter Track 2,3; Basketball 1; Legislative 
Committee 3,4; Newspaper 3; Musical Stage Crew 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 — President 

WEAVER, JOSEPH D. — 26 Hilltop Drive, Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Winter Track 2 

WHITE, JOHN M. (JAY) — 12 Jonathan Lane; School Newspaper 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball Manager 3,4; Tele-Media 
Broadcasting 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 

WIELER, BILL — Soccer 1,2; Ski-Team 3; Ski Club; Basketball 1,2 

WILLIAMSON, KAREN E. — Track 1; Ski Club 1,2 

WILSON, CHERYL L. — 30 Hartford Street 

WOODWORTH, REED S. — 15 McMahon Avenue; Rifle 1,2,3,4 — Captain; Baseball 3,4; Audio- Visual Club 3; Computer 
Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Concert Band 1; Best B.E.T. 4 

YATSKO, PAMELA — Freshmen Basketball, J.V. Field Hockey 1; Varsity Field Hockey 2; Varsity Gymnastics 2; 
Soccer-Hockey Cheerleading 3,4 — Captain; Treasurer 2,3; Citizenship Committee 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Homecoming 
Court, N.H.S. 3,4 

ZAMPESE, CAROLYN — Ski Club 1,2 

ZOLNAY, STEVE — 3 Beverly Road, Track 3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Swim Team 1 ,2; Yearbook Staff and Photographer 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3.4 



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CAMERA SHY SENIORS 





Peter Barck 
Carl Brown 
William Corroll 
James A. Clark 
Scott Cowdrey 
Nancy D'Arcy 
Natalie Epeneter 
Anita Gagnon 
^ Kurt Huenfeld 
Bruce Kalloch 
Scott Litchfield 
4| Laurie Lutz 
V Beth MacDougall 
^ Frank Melvin 
f Jay S. Moir 
Mark Olmstead 
Michael Sarcia 
Scott Serpa 
Brian Terrell 
Dale Ullrich 
Joseph Vernucci 
Priscilla Wells 






A. 





ERIKO HIRONAKA 
Eko 




TRACEY R. IRWIN 

Nothing here but history. Con you see what 
has been done. Memories rush over me, Now I 
step into the sun. 

"Steely Dan" 




DOUGLAS A. JOHNSON 

Doug 

My words but a whisper — your deafness, a 
shout. I make you feel, but I can't make you 
think. 

"Jethro Tull" 




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'Pjinutm^r- fftejtuxs, tfiej~un^ tfte tears 
3^ccti tLvoartxt ertiBer- alive itl i^ovu- fusoaf' 
Jo Jan alive inftdtiACc years 
C (iTC now^ j-or yoiar caring 



vyyill rreraain 




VALEDICTORIAN 
NINA BOHROD 

The first person I told about my recent induction into N.H.S. said 
to me, "That's funny, you don't look smart!" That may be, but in 
any case, as valedictorian, I am expected to make a brilliant, pro- 
found statement summarizing my high school years or speculat- 
ing about the future. However, I have never been adept at profun- 
dity. Therefore, I asked some seniors, "What is the most important 
thing you're learned in school?" One said, "How to write things 
that sound good but don't mean anything." Another replied, 
"How to sleep with your eyes open." These people understand 
that one essential thing to learn in high school is not to take 
oneself too seriously. 

A high school education is valuable in developing and cultivating 
a sense of humor. In fact some of the funniest people I know have 
gone to high school. Nevertheless, the four years at Bedford High 
have been productive as well as entertaining. 

Some people hove asked, "Is there life after high school?" There 
is but, OS I am repeatedly told, "These are the best years of your 
life." Bedford High School has proved worthy of this saying in 
both social and intellectual respects. Its academic program pre- 
pares one for college and a sense of humor prepares one for the 
diverse demands of life. I hope the students to come will take 
advantage of the high school's many opportunities. It is important 
to receive the best and broadest education possible. After all, as 
some have said, "Education is what's left over after you're forgot- 
ten all the subject matter." 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Sleeping on the job, Sondy? 




Front Row — David Paradise, John Deranian, Stocey Horning, Laura Bryon, Sheila Hingoroni, Nino Bohrod, Jonice Molloy, Lourel 
Dovidson, Joanne Hulbert, Jeff Sontosuosso, Will Vetrano, Middle Row — Beth Hopkins, Amy Webster, Lois Nordby, Pam Yotsko, 
Robin Joss, Ann Marie Papalia, Carole Delany, Sandro Schiff, Kiki Pedersen, Frances Ricker, Bock Row — Joy White, Robert Millor, 
Brian Dougherty, Fred Miksenos, Steve Zolnay, Paul McKenno, David Steele, Sean McAuliffe, Dana Washburn, David Hawkins, Steve 
Hoksch, Leigh Anne Rogers, Beth Chapman, Mary Flores, Cothy Christen. 




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Beautiful Beomers 
Mark Olmsteod Ellen Mizzoni 





Overly Officious 
Sue Mead Joy White 



Thoroughly Theotricol 
Paul Caruso Laura Bryon 



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Very Versatile 
Carol Kean Tom Mulligan 



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Devoted Donators 

Tom Mulligan Ann Marie Popolio 



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Genuinely Genius 
Bob Mossa Nina Bohrod 




Venus and Adonis 
Cheryl Blodgett Dave Morano 



Luscious Locks 
Eriko Hironaka Dave Morano 




BEFORE 



AFTER 






Always an forever 
Each moment with you is just like a 
dream to me 
That somehow came true 
And I know tomorrow 
will still be the same 
Cause we've got a life of love that won't 
ever change. 

And every day love me 
your own special way 
Melt all my heart away with a smile 
Take time to tell me you really care 
And feel sad tomorrow together 
I'll always love you. . . Forever, forever. 

There'll always be sunshine 
when I look at you 
Something I can't explain 
Just the things that you do 
And if you get lonely phone me 
And take a second to give to me the 
magic you make. 




BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL'S THIRD 




Pamela Yotsko, first runner-up, and Mr. Yatsko applaud the 

Q^jggn Mr. Duggan presents the new queen with flowers and a kiss. 



ANNUAL HOMECOMING 1979 




Fourth runner-up Cheryl Blodgett and Mr. Blodgett. 

This year's spectacular Homecoming Gome was held on 
Saturday, October 20. Bedford played and beat a tough 
Newton South squad, 18 to zero. The Queen and her court 
were crowned by Mr. Duggon at half-time, and received 
bouquets. The Superband presented another thrilling 
half-time show after the ceremonies. It was an exciting day, 
end o very special occasion for five members of the class of 
1980. 



Mr. Filleul prepares to drive the girls in the Homecoming Parade. 




Heartache Tonight 

Headgames 

Enough is Enough 

Broken Hearted Me 

Wait for Me 

Dreaming 

Still 

Cool Change 
Come to Me 
You're Only Lonely 
Slip Away 
Cruising 

I Know a Heartache When I See One 
You Decorated my Life 
Pop Muzik 

Take the Long Way Home 
Let's Talk Dirty to the Animals 
Always and Forever 
Tusk 



B.H.S. dance 
Boat landing 
School food 

Football team on Thanksgiving 
after school 
of the weekend 
going to school 
new temperature regulations 
the Student Office 
in detention 
grades in general 
instead of studying 
School Nurse 
Spirit Week 

Morning Announcements 
on report card day 
Advanced Biology ^ 
homework ^ 
Mr. Higgins' walrus * 



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Treasurer — Lisa Viola 
Vice President — Martha Ricker 
President — Julie Russo 
Secretary — Kelly Dougherty 



Front row: Morcy Appell, Froncie Beecy, Bonnie Bellengi, 
Becky Alderink, Debbie Bailey, Diana ben-Aaron Middle 
row: Juliet Ackeman, Gail Boothroyd, Andrea Ardito, 

Lynne Aucoin, Joanne Barry, Angela Bard. Bock row: 
Lauro Bench, Andy Blake, Peter Bianchi, Doug Auld, Nick 

Bonesteel, Frank Aholo, Robbie Boone, Guy Bertrond 





Front row: Pom Brown, Christopher Choate, Wayne 
Chilton, Daniel Burns, Lee Castro, Sherry Chen. Middle 
row: Carolyn Caruso, Lori Burnes, Katie Carruth, Mary 
Bruha, Loretta McKie, Rhonda Cardoos. Back row: Bill 
Carter, Joe Bumbaca, Jeff Bumbaco, Jeff Bryant, Peter 
Brooks, Bob Bradford. 





Front row: Jean Early, Gayle Doherty, Potty DeMattio, Beth 
Doucette, Maria DiTore. Middle row: Mark DeLellis, 
Cynthia Ellis, David Ellis, Robbie Emerson, Karen Draper, 
Linda Duda. Back row: John Egon, Barbara Donaldson, 
Keith Evans, Stephen DeVellis, Rene Dubkowskl, Joanne 
Dutro. 



Front row: David Greene, Patricio Gillen, Audrey Gollo, 
Susan Fogorty, Douglas Gurley. Middle row: Chris Hanson, 
Mary Foillo, Christina Flores, Diane French, Eileen Ford, 
Monique Foucher. Bock row: Brian Gountt, Donald 
Homonn, Kyle Hanson, Steven Gardner, Paul Forrell, Jeff 
Gage, Andrew Harrington. 




Front row: Linda Humphrey, Patricia Jauss, Diane Jonuskis, 
Neila Hingorani. Middle row: Karen Killam, Kathy 
Kimmins, Donna Hunter, Kathleen Hennrikus. Back row: 
Douglas Jellison, Martin Heggestad, Peter Joss, Scott 

Jones, Nora Kelly 





Front row: Peter Meyers, Jim Mercurio, Cindy Devine, 
Bonnie Nassr, Chris Miller, Retto McKie. Middle row: John 
McKenzie, Mike McEachern, Don Naugler, Charlie 
McGonogle, David Melvile, Jimmy McMahan. Bock row: 
Tony Miller, John Mici, Dan Mead, Mike McLaughlin, Andy 
Nowoichik, Steve McCombe 





Front row; Tom Perry, John Pidgeon, Lisa Pike, Dionne 
Oppedisano, Jon Plisko, Carol Morris. Middle row: Sheri 
Nickerson, Cheryl Neol, Sandy Olmstead, Eileen 
O'Connell, John Porter, Richard Papalio. Back row; Vincent 
Orlando, Stacey Newman, Aileen O'Connor, Brian 
O'Hearn, Harlow Pinson, Jeff Millet, Bonnie Nassr, Loretta 
McKie. 



Front row: Debbie Raffo, Barry Serpa, Martha Ricker, Julie 
Russo, Beth Russo, David Puzzo. Middle row: Vicky 
Robidoux, Cheryl Savioli, Linda Sinotte, Linda Schoendorf, 
Erin Richter, Ann Riley. Back row; Dale Simmons, Mike 
Roy, Michael Scott, David Sizoo, Paulo Salter, Mary Beth 

Puffer. 





Front row: Mory Stockdole, Lisa Smith, Kothy Toft, 
Margoret Tynan, Becky Stinson, Loura Stephonson. Middle 
row: Gail Sullivan, Carole-Lee Spencer, Robert Stonley, 
Debbie Taylor, Sham Sondro, Dana Svendsen. Bock row; 
Jano Smith, Rodney Smith, Geoffry Spofford, Stephon 
Steele. 




President — Mary Koy Wieler 
Vice President — Kathy Whitney 
Secretary — Becco Sears 
Treasurer — Christine O'Shaughnessy 





Front row: David Anderson, Linda Beck, Charlene Bland, 
Jill Aldorisio, Robin Blake. Middle row: Barbara Bush, 
Lynne Blaisdell, Bekah Angus, Maria Alessi, Stephanie 
Antonuccio, Susan Bergin. Back row: Linda Blomstedt, 
Greg Agonis, Nathan Allen, Scott Alcaide. 



Front row: Rob Brennan, Leslie Burger, Judy Chase, Karen 
Brandau, Jim Castenado. Middle row: Roy Boudreou, Louis 
Brown, Colleen Carter, Brenda Campagna, Morcia 
Carpentier, Jimmy Carter. Back row: Ginger Buxton, Dan 
Bruno, Nathan Brown, Paul Cierpial, Paul Brady, Kevin 
Bradshaw, Maureen Carruth. 




Front row: Alan Candy, Mike Clyde, Jocki Cormier, Jennifer 
Cobe, Brenda Cox, Paul Couvee. Middle row: Heather 
Corcoran, Darlene Conway, Kathy Davidson, Robin 
Comley, Marlene Conway, Deboroh Dorcy. Back row: John 
DeLellis, Ion Cone, Robert Couto, Louree Dameron, David 

Court ogolous 





Front row: Tim Earl, Lisa Dowling, Susan Donaldson, Neile 
Diehard, Mario Dolan, James Donovan. Middle row: 
Natalie Dobkowski, Rebecca Duda, Karen DeVellis, June 
Falabella, Rondy Eckhordt, Greg Evons. Back row: Richard 
Delfino, Karen Friedman, Robert Donohue, Mork Ennis, 
Deboroh Eaton, Kathleen Duggan, Greg Esses. 



Front row: David Fuller, John Garibotto, Debbie Eotori, 
Kathy Fitzgerald, Noncy Fuschetti, Karen Gountlett. 
Middle row: Michael Goguen, Amy Faulds, Carolyn 
Frimpter, Karen Friedman, Lois Forreil, Richard Goggins. 
Bock row: Fred Foerst, Greg French, Richard Gallant, John 

Fechrer, John Gagnon 




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Front row: Alison Horning, Jill Hunt, Wendi Hodgkinson, 
Richard Harrington, Arthur Harvey, Eileen Harrington. 
Middle row: Debby Holland, Betsy Greene, Kim Guillory, 
Kathy Gural, Louise Guay, Jodi Golonko Bock row: ^Aonico 
Henderson, Lisa Harrison, Glen Harrington, Scott 
Greenlee, Martin Guay, Bob Hoyland, John Hawkins. 



Front row: Scott Lewis, Patti Anthony, Bethanne Larson, 
Elaino Kenney, Denise Landriger. Middle row: Doug 
Kutyna, Robin Kleiman, Diane Klett, Kami Lambert, Sandy 
Lewis, David L'Heureux. Back row: David Hutzenbiler, Ed 
Lone, John Larsen, David Kennedy, Brian LaGasse. 





Front row: Kristen Lundquist, Teresa MacNeil, Jean Little, 
Linda Johnson, Patty Lehan, Suson MacDonald, Morgo 
Madison, Andrea McClotchey. Middle row: Dovid 
McQuilken, Melindo Lopez, Donna MacDougall, Anne 
Lunig, Kathy Macintosh, Louro Libby, Kristen Manley, 
Denis Moillet. Bock row: James Mortin, Tony Lopez, Chris 
Mattoon, Jule McCombe, Dione McCorron, Terry 
McCarthy, Peter Manning, Bill Moszco, Robbie Matthews. 



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Front row: Ken Molloy, Heidi Mietzner, Liz McGonagle, 
Beth McMurtree, Poul McKie. Middle row: Rick Mizzoni, 
Bill Miksenas, Julie McGarry, Ann Mudgett, Karen Kenney, 
Mike Montemagno. Back row: Doug Millar, Bob Morse, 
Curly, Larry, Frank McGovern, Benjy Mendes, Steve 
Murtagh, Moe. 



Front row: Linda O'Brien, Susan Nawoichik, Emily O'Hara, 
Amity Puiliam, John Penney, Loralee Prior, Windy Pike, 
Joanna Piso. Middle row: Matt Pagelkopf, Jessie 
Ponagiotou, Deborah Ogden, Shelly Nassr, Chris 
O'Shaughnessey, Jacqueline Nazzaro, Grace O'Hara, 
Charles Nickerson. Back row: Theresa Patten, Nancy 
Nawoichik, Donna Mead, Scott Pederson, Moe, Curly, 




Larry, Kim Polk, Paulo Patterson. 

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Front row: Larry Puzzo, Laura Ricker, Linda Leong, Kothy 
Salinas. Middle row: Koren Freidmon, Natalie Rostkowski, 
Karen Rogers, Sharon Reidy, Bob Soinato, Betsy 
Schellhase. Back row: Sue Pyles, Paul Richter, Jim 



Front row: Adam Sutton, Steve Soltis, Alan Smith, Rich 
Sullivan. Middle row: Jill Smith, Becca Sears, Kris 
Theophile, Ann-Marie Sweeney. Back row: Robert 
Schoorens, James Theophile, Brian Smith, Tony Stacchi, 

Dove Tatosian. 





Front row: Carol Word, Bryan Wingood, Kris Zimmerman, 
John Williamson, Kathryn Whitney. Middle row: Brian 
Waterman, Kelli Whitley, Mary Kay Weiler, Ken Wilson, 
Tom Wilgo, Phil Wochsler. Back row: John Zolnoy, Fred 
Yonosick, Pat Wetherbee, Richard Verano, Steve 

Tompkins. 





Front row: Lisa Coleman, Kris Conners, Katie Bryan, Sue 
Bullock, Tom Conconnon, Nick Clark. Middle row: Sarah 
Campos, Linda Cormier, Sue Buckley, Theresa Buxton, 
John Carroll, Keith Ciampo. Back row: Chris Covanagh, 
Tina Carr, Scott Campbell, Jeff Conway, Chris Chemlin, 

Don Colonero. 

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Front row: Kothleen Croke, Christine Donodio, Sandra 
Couto, Mary Davidson, Susan Dutra, Kerri Dougherty, 
Kimberly Draper, Peter Dunn. Middle row iamei 
Cummings, Nodine DiClemente, Christina Dedrick, Gary 
tgon, Mark Damery, Timothy Donahue, Eric Eaton Back 
row: Tracy DeFrancesco, Lynne Droskovich, Jennifer 
Crocker, Ceroid Crocker, Kristen Cowan, Victorio Duncan, 
Beth Denoro. 





Front row: Oliver Heller, Terry Herlihy, Nancy Hotch, 
Lesley Harrington, Erin Horrington, Seon Hewitt Middk 
row: Alan Jekilian, Brian Honley, Chock Hayword, ^tnck 
Herlihy, Jo Hironoko, Carol Johnson. Dirw Jellison, Oovid 
Heggestod Bock row: Goil Hulbert, Julie Homihon. 
Richard Jeannotte. Mark Isnor, Robert Hodgkmton, Cindy 
Johnson, Jenny Hilker. 



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Front row: Joe Kelnhofer, Liso Leary, Diana Kenney, 
Monica Louro, Elaine Kenison, Leon Lousarcrian. Middle 
row: William Lindley, Helen Kwon, Carolyn Killam, 
Michelle Lewis, Mike Kempton, Brian Jones. Back row: 
Mark Knopf, Frank Kolarik, Rob Livingston, Erik Lund, 
Todd Kirkland, Eileen Kilpatrick, Amy Lehan. 



Front row: Janice O'Donell, Laura McMahan, Elaine 
McEochern, Lisa Mici, Greg McCollem, Jim McKenno, Julie 
Macyko. Middle row: Jim McLaughlin, Steve McDonough, 
Kristi Mason, Kerstin McGilvray, Elaine Millar, Annette 
Molchow, Chris Miller, Roger McKenno. Back row: Mark 
Michaud, Scott DeFoe, Liz McCulloch, Roseonne McHugh, 
Peter Millett, Karen MacQuilken, Lisa Manning, Allison 
Mourer, Joe Maskalenko, Roger Lydon, Janice McEachern. 





Front row: Stephanie Morris, Michelle Pelletler, Jane 
Morano, Kim Neol, Eric Olsen, Kenny Pliska. Middle row: 
Sal Poglia, Steve O'Neil, Caroline Mix, Merry Moore, 
Bonnie Murray, Michael Melville, Alan Paine, Rich O'Neil. 
Back row: Poul Patterson, Dave Olmstead, Sean O'Connor, 
Chris Moore, Guy Montemagno, David Packer. 



Front row: Jeff Porter, Dianne Seiro, Chris Porter, Steve 
Riley, Stephanie Robinson, Carol Richardson. Middle row: 
Ronald Roland, Jon Rider, Margie Powderly, Lee Ann 
Rushton, Laurie Rutter, Laura Price. Back row: Debbie 
Roffa, Andy Ringle, William Pyles, Dan Puffer, Glen 
Raymond, Mike Quinn 





Front row: Kevin St. Onge, Ben Sfinson, Jennifer Terrell, 
Nancy Sullivan, Theresa Sylvia, Mike Spofford, Karen 
Swider. Middle row: Kurt Stogdill, Kristy Sundro, Robert 
Snider, Amy Theobold, Don Sheehon, Tommy Stouter, 
Kathy Smith, Joel Shamon. Bock row: Terri Soderstrom, 
Bethonne Telford, Eric Stephon, Joe Sterms, Andy Smort, 
Molly Silvestrone, Alison Sibley, Candy Smith, 



Front row: Denise Webb, Monique Tilton, Gretchen Voight, 
Amy Tucker, John Whitworth, Mark Wochsler. Middle row: 
Greg Towie, Barbara Wolline, Juilene Ullrich, Sharon 
Wheaton, Michoel Williamson, William Webster, John 
Trenholm, Robert Williams. Bock row: Sarah Wright, Karen 
Torgerson, Pom Wetherbee, Norman Wright, Doug 
Traynor, David Wheeler. 





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CONCERT BAND 



Piccolo 

Diana Lund 
Kathryn Gural 
Flute 

Lori Latino 
Neiie Dichord 
Jeanne Feehrer 
Diana ben-Aoron 
Lauren Benson 
Anne Lunig 
Janet Kenison 
Carolyn Clyde 
Karen McCarthy 
Theresa McCarthy 
Jo-Ellen Damery 
Sarah Campos 
Deborah Hansen 
Roseanne McHugh 
Theresa Binsack 
Oboe 

Cynthia Bailey 
Carolyn Killam 
Bossoon 
Karen Killam 
Bass Clarinet 
Katherine Smith 





Eb Clarinet 

Katharina Bryan 
Bb Clorinet 

Anne Marie Papalia 
Eric Lundquist 
Lori Lorsen 
Julie Hamilton 
Heidi Mietzner 
Christine Donodio 
Michael Melville 
Susan Aldorisio 
David Puzzo 
Jonathan Goldman 
Laura McMahan 
Rebecca Sears 
Elaine Millar 
Lisa Pike 

Elaine McEachern 
Eileen Ford 
Richard O'Neil 
Michael Spofford 
Jonet Collins 
Brendo Cox 
Kendyl Davis 
Guy Montemagno 
Alto Saxophone 



William Bruno 
Thomas Conconnon 
Liso Smith 
Karen Torgerson 
Michael Montemagno 
Kenneth Mayer 
Douglas Millar 
Christopher Moore 
Tenor Saxophone 
Drew Poore 
Trumpet 
David Sizoo 
Robert Brennan 
Beth Anne Telford 
Douglas Auld 
Robert Morse 
Richard Davidson 
Andrew Ringle 
Dana Ansel 
David Wheeler 
Kurt Graeff 
Keith Ciampa 
French Horn 
Barbara Walline 
Dana Svendsen 
Wendy Pike 



Trombone 

Brian Gauntt 
Douglas Bensley 
Nathaniel Brown 
Baritone Horn 
Carolyn Frimpter 
Lorry Puzzo 
Paul Bernard 
Michoel Sykes 
Tuba 

Deborah Rotto 
Frederic Foerst 
Susan Ayasse 
Percussion 

Glenn Ellis 
Gregory Agonis 
Daniel Bruno 
Ion Cone 
Michael Goguen 
Gail Heinrich 
Steven McDonough 
Michael Clyde 
Richard Delfino 
Williom Moczko 
Brian Hanley 
Gregory McCollem 




Concert Bond Seniors: Drew Poore, Jo-Ellen Damery, Karen McCarthy, Anne 
Marie Papalia (Concertmistress), Glenn Ellis (Head of Percussion). 




Conductor — Mr. Hagor 


Viola 


John Reehrer 


Morgaret Walline 


Violin 1 


Sarah Swider 


Boss Clarinet 


Beth Ann Larson 


Keith Evans 


Amy Theobald 


Linda Blomstedt 


Trombone 


Harlow Pinson 


Janice Molloy* 


Oboe 


Scoff Pedersen 


Katie Carruth 


Cello 


Cynthia Ellis 


Matfhew Pogelkopt 


Kristino Zimmerman 


Pamela Brown 


Jonet Sword 


Brass Trombone 


Richard Proulx 


Piccolo 


Bosson 


Paul McKenno' 


Michael McEachern 


Sandra Schiff* 


Catherine Christen* 


Tubo 


Violin 11 


Flute 


Trumpet 


Todd Campbell 


Scott Campbell 


Linda Schoendorf 


Charles Brunner* 


Percussion 


Mark Damery 


Carolyn Caruso 


Trumpet 


Wayne Johnson* 


Molly Silvestrone 


Michi Yukawa 


Charles Brunner* 


Katie Kennedy 


Amy Lehon 


Clarinet 


Glenn Cullen 


John Pidgeon 


Amy Tucker 


Sandra Draper 


David Melville 


Gory Ackermon 


Fernando Sanchez 


Gale Aldorisio* 


David Paradise* 


* = senior 






French Horn 








John Deranian* 





SOCCER PEP BAND 




Front Row — Carolyn Caruso, Sondra Droper, Janet Sword, LirxJo 
Blomstedt, Neila Diehard, Susan Bergin, Andreo McCtatchey, M<h 
Yukawa, Middle Row — John Pidgeon, AAotthew Pogelkopf, Glenn 
Cullen, Cynthia Ellis, Linda SchoerxJorf, Liso Viok), Louis Brown 
Margaret Wolline, Koren Killam, Borboro Walline, Corolyn Kilkjm 
Back Row — Vincent Orlando, John DeLellis, Kotie Kennedy. Pool 
Cierpiol, Richard Papalia, Robert Stonley, David Folweiler, Gory Ac 
kerman, Fred Foerst, Drew Poore. 





WIND ENSEMBLE 




Piccolo 


Lois Nordby* 


Brian Kelley* 


Sandra Schiff* 


Louis Brown 


Margaret Walline 


Flute 


John Feehrer 


Beth Anne Larsen 


Lindo Schoendorf 


Gale Aldorisio* 


Trombone 


Carolyn Caruso 


Vincent Orlando 


Thomos Richardson* 


Michi Yukawa 


Lisa Viola 


Scott Pedersen 


Andrea McClatchey 


Alto Saxophone 


Harlow Pinson 


Obo« 


Douglas Gurley 


Matthew Pagelkopf 


Cynthia Ellis 


Amy Webster* 


Brass Trombone 


Janet Sword 


Tenor Saxophone 


Paul McKenno* 


Bosson 


Sandy Draper 


Tubo 


Cotherine Christen* 


Baritone Saxophone 


David Folweiler 


Contnibsss Clarinet 


Jeffrey Hand* 


Baritone Horn 


Daniel Morgan* 


Trumpet 


Richard Heinrich* 


Bass Clarinet 


Charles Brunner* 


Scott Campbell 


Linda Blomstedt 


David Paradise* 


Percussion 


Eb Clorinet 


Glenn Cullen 


Wayne Johnson* 


Susan Bergin 


Richard Papolia 


Mark Delellis 


Bb Clarinet 


Paul Cierpial 


Kotie Kennedy 


Deborah Kaplan* 


David Melville 


John Pidgeon 


Sham Sundra 


French Horn 


Gary Ackerman 


Robert Stanley 


John Deranion* 


*denotes o member of the Class of 1 980 





JAZZ ENSEMBLE 



Alto Saxophone 

Sham Sundra 
Douglas Gurley 
Tenor Saxophone 
Sandra Draper 
Cynthia Ellis 
Baritone Saxophone 
Jeffrey Hand* 
Trumpet 
Glenn Cullen 
Charles Brunner* 
Richard Papalia 



Paul Cierpial 
Trombone 

Thomas Richardson* 
Scott Pedersen 
Harlow Pinson 
Bross Trombone 
Paul McKenna* 
Tuba 

David Folweiler 
Piano 

Sandra Schiff* 
Guitar 



Richard Heinrich* 
Electric Boss 
Todd Campbell 
Vibraphone 

Wayne Johnson* 
Percussion 

Gary Ackerman 
John Pidgeon 
Katie Kennedy 
Mark DeLellis 

* Denotes a member of the class of 1 980 




DOUBLE 



DOUBLE SEXTETTE — Conductor, Mrs. Nolan. (Left to right) Therese Bel- 
lino, Laura Bryan, Sheila Hingorani, Melindo Lopez, Catherine Christen, Bar- 
bara Wolline, Sharon Brown, Margaret Walline, Karen Killam, Kathryn 
Gural, Stephanie Moll, Kelly Dougherty, Michi Yukawa (accompanist). 




MADRIGAL SINGERS — First row: Mrs. Latham (conductor), Laura Bryan, 
Rebecca Alderink, Wayne Johnson, Paul Scheyder, Gary Ackermon, Sarah 
Swider, Cynthia Johnson, Jeffrey Gage (accompanist). Second row: Judith 
Chase . . . Marcia Carpentier. Third row: Heather Corcoran, Therese Bellino, 
Christopher Choate, Ferenc Nagy, Kelly Dougherty. Fourth row: Carol 
Richardson . . . Stephanie Moll. Fifth row: Jon Boll, Keith Evans, Mono Nagy. 




ENSEMBLES 




Front Row — Candy Smith, Lisa Manning, Terri McCarthy, Valerie French, Angelica Colao, 
Donna Masse, Anne Whitaker, Lisa Leary, Julie Maczko, Diana Lund, Lynne Schubert, Janet 
Pliska, Sue Meod, Michelle Levesque. Second Row — Elizatjeth McCulloch, Katherine Hoksch, 
Corolyn Clyde, Debbie Clyde, Elaine McEochern, Gail Hulbert, Lindo Christen, Ann Mudgett, 
Becky Morrison, Anita Scioroffo, Natalie Epeneter, Brenda Compogno, Louree Dameron. Third 
Row — Louro Rutter, Denise Landrigan, Diana Blair, Lauren Benson, Cindy Bailey, Nodine 
DiClemente, Corol-Lee Spencer, Amy Theobald, Carol Johnson, Mkrhelle Little, Leslie Po- 
ton. Fourth Row — Laura Farinello, Christine Donodio, Janice McEochern, Tammy Stouter, 
Kristy Sundro, Jodi Golonko, Debbie Eaton, Kerri Dougherty, Julie Hamilton, Mory-lou Guirelo, 
Karen Swider, Carolyn Killom, Susan Dutro, Terri Binsock, Dionne Serro. Fifth Row — Theresa 
Sylvia, Lisa Poor, Jo-Ellen Damery, Kristine Cowan, Elizabeth Bonesteel, Carolyn Stockdole, 
Carolyn Kenney, Lindo Coristi, Betsy Cowan, Nancy Bloke, Trocey Aucoin, Meg Dutra, Claire 
Towie, Christine Sutherlond, Amondo Wheeler, Sandy Olmsteod, Cheryl Neol. 




Front row: Susan Ayasse, Katie Bryan, Natalie Dobkowski, Anne Lunig, Debbie Bailey, Adam Sutton, Scott Campt>ell, Michoel 
Melville, Jeff Porter, Jonathan Goldman, Stephanie Moll, Kelly Dougherty, Ann Hutzenbiler, Diana Lund. Second row: Deborah Eoton, 
Margaret Walline, Sharon Brown, Sheila Hingorani, Deborah Clyde, Vincent Orlando, John DeLellis, Fred Foerst, Michoel McEachern, 
Paul Scheyder, Kathy Guroi, Nancy Bloke, Shirley Cottrill, Molly Silvestrone, Susan Bergin. Third row: Karen Friedman, Notalie 
Rostkowski, Barbara Walline, Begono Albisuo, Therese Beilino, Paul Caruso, Robert Hoyland, Peter Colonero, Richard Dovidson, 
Donald Navaler, Sheri Nickerson, Nino Bohrod, Kathy Sparks, Karen Killam, MaryAnn Lanier. Back row: Lisa Shea, Debbie Manning, 
Mich! Yukawa, Renee Dobkowski, Melinda Lofsez, Laura Bryan, Cathy Christen, Dwight Reader, Chris Choate, Edwin Busch, Ferenc 
Nagy, Jeff Hand, Tom Richardson, Geoffrey Spofford, Mary Kay Wieler. Accompanist: Wayne Johnson. 




GERMAN 
CLUB 



Alison Horning, Margaret Wolline, Erico Ellingson, Beth 
Ann Telford, Mark Wachsler, Marty Heggested, Jeff 
Gage, Williom Lindley. 




Mr. Ullmonn, Chris Hansen, 
Terri McCarthy, Michi 
Yukawa, Mr. Kelly 



OUTING CLUB 



Andy Nawoichik, Eric Thomson, Stacey 
Horning, Brian Dougherty, Dave Paradise. 



A.F.S. 



Front Row — Katie Bryan, Stocey Neumann, Laurel 
Davidson, Begone Albisua, Laura Bryan, Renee 
Dobi<owski, Carol Richardson, Second Row — Doug 
Gurley, Miss Clourtier,Neila Hingoroni, Heather Lane, Lisa 
Oduya, Mary Flores, Erica Root, Angelica Coloo, Third 
Row — Tom Perry, Margaret Walline, Alison Horning, 
Grace O'Hara, Ann Marie Sweeny, Kathy Colliton, Christa 
Flewelling, Fourth Row — Kirsten Groeff, Danny Burns, 
Marci Appall, Katherine Hoksch, Bengi Mendes, Steve 
Murtagh, Debbie Hansen, Stephanie Moll, Fifth Row — 
Barbara Donaldson, Michi Yukama, Kelly Colliton, Natilie 
Dobkowski, Valerie French, Becky Stinson, Elizabeth 

Wright. 




Front Row — Janice Molloy, 
Stacey Newann, Middle 
Row — Begona Albisua, 
Laura Bryan, Laurel 
Davidson, Sheila Hingoroni, 
Bock Row — Nino Bohrod, 
Renee Dobkowski, Emily 
O'Hara, Katie Bryan. 




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J.S.R. 



Front Row — Michelle Levesque, Corolyn Kenncy, 
Joonn Hettinger, Anne Hufzentxier, Kothy Sparks, 
Bock Row — Stocey Horning. Stephonie Moll. Poul 
Caruso, Nancy Bloke, CXivid Ellis, missing Oovid 

Si7oo — prpsKrfenf Kiki Pedersen 

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SKI CLUB 



Front Row — Dona Ansel, J. P. Greelish, Mark Damery, 
Stephen Steele, Randy Eckhardt, Scott Alcade, Robbie 
Schoorens, Robert Hoyland. Middle Row — Steven 
Gardner, Valerie French, Karen Friedman, Potty Lehan, 
Julie McCombe, Susan Bergin, Scott Penney, Jim 
Stepchew, David Hutzenbiler. Lost Row — Kristin 
Lundquist, Lisa Viola, Jeff Porter, Greg Esses, Eric 
Lundquist, Renee Dobkowski, Mike Goguen, Kris Pruyn, 
Andy Nowoichik, Mike Scott, Gregory Agonis, David 
Folweiler, Andy Ewart, Anne Marie Papalia, Carol 

Delaney. 




David Ellis, Stephanie 
Antonuccio, Marcia 
Carpentier, Peter Movers. 




SAC 
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CITIZENSHIP 
COMMITTEE 



Front Row — Phil Wachsler, Mary Flores, Nina Bohrod, 
Renee Dobkowski, David Ellis, Back Row — Neile 
Diehard, Sheila Hingoroni, Karen Killam, Kelly Col liton, 
Sean Pickett, Margaret Walline, Natolie Dobkowski, 
Stephanie Antonuccio, Kathy Colllton. 



SENIOR PROM 
COMMITTEE 



Front Row — Jay White, Peter Russo, Mike Davidson, 
Sue Mead, Middle Row — Lisa Poor, Nina Bohrod, Kiki 
Pedersen, Sheila Hingorani, Michelle Levesque, Back 
Row — Carolyn Kenney, Ann Marie Papalia, Joanne 
Hettinger, John Stefonelli, Tom Mulligan, Carol Delaney. 




LEGISLATIVE 
COMMITTEE 




Front Row — Pom Brown, Kelly CoMifon, FroncM 
Ricker, Gail Hulbert, Laura Bryon, Bock Row — 
Paul Forrell, Peter Russo. Pool Caruso, Oono 
Woshburn. 






Front Row — Tom Perry, Kelly Kimmons, Phil Wachsler, Sarah Swider, Back Row — Jean Little, Mr. 
Desilets, Alison Horning. 



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MATH LEAGUE 




Front Row — Stacey Horning. Middle Row — Sean McAullife, Nick Bonesteel, Bill Bruno, David 
Kennedy. Back Row — Katie Kennedy, David Paradise, Nona Nagy, Mark Wachsler, Jeff 
Sontosuosso. Missing — David Sizoo 



SCIENCE CLUB 




Front Row — William Lindley, Stacey Horning, Alison Horning, 

Middle Row — David Ellis, Andy Nowoichik, Jim Ellis, Bock Row — HI 
Mark Wachsler, Phil Wachsler. 





A CHRISTMAS CAROL 



Kenneth Mayer as Scrooge. 





Kctherine Hoksch admires 
the Christmas tree. 



Mr. Fezziwig (Vincent Orlando), Scrooge's old employer, and his wife (Morcy 
Appell) demonstrate the "Fastest Polka in the World" as the enthusiastic 
portygoers cheer them on. 

CAST 

Accompanist — Jeff Gage; Schoolmarm — Sharon Brown; Felicity — Carolyn 
Killom; Schoolgirls — Cindy Bailey, Lauren Benson, Ann Mudgett, Borbora 
Walline; Fred (Scrooge's nephew) — Stephen Murtagh; Young Girl — Katherine 
Hoksch; Delivery Boy — Stuart Blair; First Lady — Diana Blair; Second Lady — 
Diana ben-Aoron; Ebeneezer Scrooge — Kenneth Mayer; Bob Cratchit — Paul 
Scheyder; Mrs. Dilber (Scrooge's Maid) — Lisa Poor; Jacob Morley's Ghost — 
Chris Hansen; Ghost of Christmas Past — John Martin; Ghostly Sprites — Katie 
Bryan, Elizabeth McCullogh; Mr. Fezziwig — Vincent Orlando; Young Scrooge 
— Martin Heggestod; Mrs. Fezziwig — Marcy Appell; Isabel (Scrooge's fi- 
nancee) — Laura Bryan; Ghost of Christmas Present — David Greene; Mrs. 
Cratchit — Stephanie Moll, Elsie Cratchit — Debbie Hansen; Betsy Cratchit — 
Carolyn Clyde; Horry Cratchit — John Ep>eneter; Martho Cratchit — Theresa 
McCarthy; Tiny Tim Cratchit — Scott Lindsey; Ghost of Christmas Future — 
Benjamin Mendes; Gypsies — Karen Killam and Margaret Walline; Mr. Sharkey, 
pawnbroker — Peter Meyers; Chorus of shoppers and dancers; Neile Dichord, 
Carolyn Frimpter, Jonine Gountt, Erin Harrington, Diane Klett, T.J. Laffon, 
Caroline Mix, Adam Sutton, Karen Torgerson, Morcia Corpentier. 




Scrooge, Fred (Stephen Murtagh), and the Cratchrts sing "Tiny Tim's 
Carol." 




FALL PLAY '79 





Mrs. Cratchit (Stephanie Moll) thinks about what she would like to do to Scrooge as 
the Ghost of Christmas Present (David Greene) and Bob Cratchit (Paul Scheyder) look 
on. 




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Scrooge's Maid Mrs. Dilber (Lisa Poor) listens in 
vein for ghosts. 



Isabel (Laura Bryan) sings "What 
Color are My Eyes" to fiance 
Young Scrooge (Martin pi 
Heggestad). 



CREW 

Director — Mr. Goerge; Production Stage Manager — Malcolm Martin; Rehearsal 
Stage Manager — Chris Hansen; Electrician — Fred Foerst; Special Effects — Ian 
Cone; Carpenter — Chris Hansen; Props — Marcia Carpentier; Graphics — Chris 
Hansen; Crew — David MocQuilken, Amy Theobald, David Folweiler, Bill Webster, 
Sal Paglia, T.J. Laffan, Liz Bonesteel, Stuart Bloir; House Manager — Arthur Bom- 
bitz; Ushers — Deanno Collins, Janet Collins, Denise Conway, Sandy Draper, Jean 
Feehrer, Jonathon Goldman, Sheila Hingorani, Amy Lehon, Jeonne Little, Beth Ann 
Telford, Kristen Theophile, Kelli Whitley. 



Scrooge tells the charity collectors (Diana ben-Aoron and Diono Blair) 
in no uncertain terms exactly why he will not contribute to their fund. 




Jacob Marley (Chris Hansen) sorrowfully examines the 
chain he forged in life. 



Tiny Tim (Scott Lindsey, 9, a Honscom AFB fourth groder) leads the Cratchits and Fred in "Tinv 
Tim's Carol: God Bless Us Every One " 



AFJROTC 




Allen, Note 
Avitable, Lucio 
Bibee, Michelle 
Bradshaw, Kevin 
Brennan, Rob 
Brown, Dove 
Brown, Note 
Bullock, Bruce 
Costonedo, Jim 
Costro, Lee 
Clark, Nick 
Cloutier, Michelle 
Clyde, Mike 
Commings, Jim 
Cone, Ion 
Crocker, J.J. 
Cushman, Jay 
Davis, Kendyl 
Dowling, Liso 
Draper, Sandie 
Duncan, Vickie 
Early, Jean 
Feole, Angie 
Feole, Terry 
Fryer, Bob 
Gognon, Anita 
Gognon, John 
Gerdes, Eric 
Graeff, Kurt 
Hilker, Jennifer 



Hoksch, Kotherine 
Hoksch, Steven 
Jeonnotte, Richard 
Lindley, Bill 
MacArthur, Brian 
Mackintosh, Kathy 
MacNeil, Terri 
McDonough, Steve 
McLaughlin, Mike 
Mendes, Benji 
Moffet, Keith 
Murphey, Dawn 
Olsen, Eric 
Orlando, Vince 
Paglio, Sal 
Pufifer, Dove 
Reidy, Sharon 
Richardson, Carol 
Rider, Jon 
Roland, Ron 
Roseman, Robyn 
Schoorens, Bob 
Shaw, Steve 
Soltis, Steve 
Stevens, Joe 
Sylvia, Theresa 
Ullrich, Dale 
Wheeler, Dove 
Whitworth, John 
Woodland, Ken 





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First Row: Tri-captains Tom Mead, Scott Penny, Dave Hawkins; Second Row: Jeff Hand, Mike Michaud, Joe Weover, Tom 
Mulligan, Hal Runyan, Dove Grieb, Dave Morano, Bill Stinson, Phil Wilkins, Bill Gural, Cliff Moore, Paul Siekman, Don Birch; 
Third Row: Kyle Hanson, Rich Varano, Paul Farrel, Gene Vatrano, Doug Park, Bob Massa, Kevin Hartwell, Jim Santos, 
Todd Russel, Mark Little, Mike McLaughlin; Fourth Row: Coach Saborin, John Leiry, Scott Honse, John Spidel, Eric Lunquist, 
Mike English, Bob Kilpatrik, Scott Compa, Jeff Willson, Jim Ruggerio, Assistant Coach Petrillo; Fifth Row: Mike Mead, Devin 
Kinneen, Greg French, Mark Ennis, Dave Walsh, Carl Russell, Ken Russell, Mike Monymagno, Bill McSenise, Rob Hoyland; 
Sixth Row: Dan Oram, Pat Gennetti, John Isnor, Ed Lone, Bob Donoue, Russ D'Aurio, Fred Yonasik, Peter Brooks, Rob 
Emerson, Scooter Willos, Andy Blake. 

DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE QUAD — 

OF 1979 



CHAMPS 





Bedford 
Hudson 

Loconia N.H. 
Lincon-Sudbury 
Acton- Boxborough 
Woylond 
Newton-South 
Weston 
Fichburg 
Lowell 

Concord-Carlisle 



Opponent 
8 

3 
6 
19 



20 
15 



First Row: Steve DeClimentie, Devin Kinneen, Mike English, Bob Kilpatric, Pat Genetti, Rob Hoylond, Eric Lunquist, Mike 
Mead, Scott Champa, Dove Walsh; Second Row; John Spidel, Mike Montymogno, Scootter Willos, Jim Ruggirio, Andy Blake, 
Dan Oram, Carl Russell, Paul Farrell, Greg French, Jeff Willson, Ken Russell; Third Row: Ed Lane, Kyle Hanson, Gene 
Vatrano, Fred Yonasik, Bill McSenis, Rich Verono, Pater Brooks, Mark Ennis, Scott Honse, John Leiry, Bob Donaue. 




BOYS SOCCER 
DIVISION II NORTH CHAMPS 

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Post Season Ploy 

North Reoding 
Mosconomet 

Lexington Christian Acodemy 

Way land 

Nouset 



Opponent 
) 

2 


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3 



Front Row: Don Naugler, Jim Morris, Eppy Busch, Co-captains Dorren Colonero and Gordy Guoy, 
Jim Concanon, Mike McEachern, Rich D'Entremont; Back Row: Coach Patuiio, Rich Dovidson, 
Steve Morris, Steve Davidson, Jim Stepchew, Ferenc Nagy, Chuck Brunner, Kris Pruyn, Neil Ward, 
Svein Gjelsvick, Peter Colonero, Don Hamonn, Billy Carter. 



Most Talkative — Don Hamann 

Looniest laugh — Kris Pruyn 

Most Sophisticated — Rich Davidson 

Best Legs — Svein Gjelsvik 

Best Smile — Ferenc Nogy 

Team Clown — Gordy Gouy 

Friendliest toward goalies — Steve Davidson 

Prettiest Eyes — Neil Word 

Best Dressed — Peter Colonero 

Most Likely to Succeed — Chuck Brunner 

Team Couple — Darren Colonero and Eppy Busch 

Most Athletic — Paul D'Entremont 

Biggest Brownie — Mike McEachern 

Team Contributors — Jim and Steve Morris 

Best Personality — Jim Conconnon 

Best Hair — Steve Morris 

Team Flirt — Don Naugler 





First Row: Tri-captains Doug Gurly, Geott Spottord, and Rob Morse, Second Row: Keith 
Evevs, Tom Perry, John Williamson, Kevin Bradshow, Dana Svendsen, Don Bruno, Doug 
Millar, Bill Moscow; Third Row: Jim Carter, Peter Manning, Keith Johnson, Marty Gauy, 
Brian Gaunt, David Duff, Eric Olson, Coach Frost. 





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J.V. — (Back Row, left to right) Eileen Kilpotrick, Dionne Serro, Denise Webb, Corel Johnson, Mary Davidson, Liso 
Manning, Merry Moore, Kim Neal, Sarah Folweiler, Susan Aldorisio, Margie Powderly, Terri Binsock, (Front Row, 
left to right) Sandi Lewis, Louree Dameron, Suzanne FVIes, Ann Lunig, Rebekoh Angus, Kothy Fitzgerald, Barbara 
Busch, Lynn Blaisdell. 



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BOYS SWIM TEAM 





Front Row: Robin Kleinman, Shirley Ewart, Joan Sullivan, Laura Bryan, Kim Dixon, Cathy Christen, Cindy 
Johnson, Jean Feehrer; Middle Row: Cheryl Neal, Gail Sullivan, Pom Brown, Erin Richter, Janet Collins, 
Amy Lehan, Michelle Little, Kathy Whitney; Back Row: Coach Sparks, Kami Lambert, Christine Donodio, 
Julie Maczko, Paulo Salter, Emily O'hara, Kelly Colliton, Louise Guay, Diane Klett. 



AQUA-BUCS 




BOYS CROSS COUNTRY '79 





GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY '79 






Freshmen Basketball Front Row — Alon Henderson, Joe Maskelenko, Leon Lousararian, Mike 
Regerio, Eric Lund, Doug Trainor, Back Row — Scott Defoe, Peter Dunn, Scott Campell, Poul 
Freedman, Kurt Stogdill, Andy Ringle, Tom Papolio, Coach Larson. 




GIRLS BASKETBALL 79-80 




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First Row: Laura McMahon, Potty Roffo, Mary Davidson, Molly 
Silvestrone, Kim Neal, Diana Kenney, Sardy Couto; Second row: 
Coach McManus, Lucia Avitable, Roseanne McHugh, Jennifer 
Crocker, Karen MacQuilken, Lesley Paton, Sharon Wheoton, 
Merry Moore, Lisa Manning, Terry Buxton; Missing: Terry Binsock, 
Monogers Julie Hamilton, Karen Swider, Lisa Coleman, Diane 
Serro. 





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Shyest 



Likes Suicides 
the Best 
Most Likely to 
Finish Lost in 
Sprints 
Most Senous 
Meanest 
Best Hoit 
Teom T roine' 
Likes Foul 
Shooting 
the Best 
Best 

Right Leg 

Most Sophiit'*.old1 



Fronces Richer 
Kothy Hennkus 

Trocey Inwin 



Yvonn* Buso 
Lynn Moggcrty 
Tett» Bums 
MKhelW Bwt 

Amy Hamilton 



Uso Smith 



.ik« McMurtne 
Rol Otton 



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FOOTBALL/BASKETBALL 



cheerleaders 




Front Row: Carol Kean, Linda Johnson, Mary-Jo McManus. Second Row: Jill 
Aldorisio, Mary Bruho, Debbie Manning, Chris F lores, Jody Golonka, Tracey 
Aucoin, Joanne Dutra. 




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Front Row: Chris Miller, Debbie Collins, Naomi Sachs, Carol Rennie; Bock Row: Shelly Nossr, Jean Little, 
Kelly Whitley, Pom Yatsko, Stocey Hatch, Frances Beecy, Kim Whitley. 



WINTER TRACK 





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J.V. Front row: Gene Vetrono, John Deranian, Jeff Santosuosso, Robert Kilpatrick, 
Phil Wilkins, Eric Lundquist. Back row: Coach Petrillo, Don Oram, Dave Grieb, 
Peter Brooks, Fred Miksenas, Michael McLaughlin, John McKenzie, Reed Wood- 
worth. 




Freshmen, Front row: Jeff Lipson, David Kennedy, Roy Boudreou, Bob 
Donahue, Dove Walsh, Jim Ruggrerio, John Larson, John Isnor, Dove Tofoe- 
sian, Dave Courtoglous, Robbie Matthews, Michael Mead, John Howkins, 
Coach Sobourin. Front row: John Goraboto, Ken Russell, Jimmy Carter, 
Michael Swider, Jeff Gentile, Richard Varono, Brian Templeton, Rob Hoy- 
land, Bob Couto, Eric Bumonn, Allen Coady, Tim Earl. 




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GIRLS SPRING TRACK 1979 




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BOYS 

SPRING 

TRACK 



tlj^ 1979 



Front row (left to right): Kevin Dougherty, Brian Milligon, Jeff Hoyland, Joe Collins, John Colmon, Ken Word, Steve Zolnoy. Middle 
row: Chris Wiesen, Rich Davidson, Eppy Busch, Neil Ward, Mark Nolan, Bill Bruno, Don Birch, Peter Colonero, Dave Howkins, Kris 
Pryun, Bill Harrington. Bock row: Coach Sullivan, Lee Castro, Bryant Wingood, John Feehrer, Peter Russo, Doug Gurley, Geoff 
Spofford, Todd Campbell, Bob Bradford, Jim Mecurio, John Zolnoy, Coach Gillis. 




LACROSS '79 




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Varsity, Front row: David Gerber, Fred Kelly, Mike Arsonalt, Bernie Morgan, Rich D'Entremont, George 
Linohan, Paul Barberi, John Mulligan, Randy Tony, Jeff Hand. Middle row: Pot Weatherbee, Rick 
Cohan, Ferenc Nogy, Gordy French, Bill Stinson, Dean Jeas, Scott Penny, Jim Stepchew, Bill Gural, 
Marc Boothroyd, Brian Guantt. Last row; Coach Mallet, Greg French, Paul D'Entremont, Scott 
Champa, Joe Devine, Jeff O'Roarke, Fred Yonasik, Don Hammond, Paul Forrell, Tom Perry, Mike 
Montamogno, Devin Kenneen. 





J. v.. Front row: Brian Gaunt, Tom Perry, Joe Devine, Paul D'Entremont, Scott Champa, Mike 
Montomagno, Devine KInneen, Fred Yonosick. Back row: Greg French, Don Hammond, Bill 
Gurol, Gordy French, Jeff O'Roarke, Ferenc Nagy, Paul Farrel, More Boothroyd, Rick Cowen, 
Coach Haley. 





GYMNASTICS 




Front Row — Kristen Theophile, Susan Willis, Gale Aldorisio, Ginger Stern, Cindy Auld, Middle 
Row — Carol Johnson, Susan Aldorisio, Sara Folweiler, Morgorie Powderly, Mario Alessi, Marie 
Preston, Gail Hulbert, Robin Kleiman, Susan Buckley, Bock Row — Jennifer Cobe, Jill Aldorisio, 
Susan Bullock, Elaine McEochern, Linda Christen, Stephanie Robinson, Janice McEochern, 
Christine Donadio, Helen Kwon, 



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SUPERINTENDENT OF 
SCHOOLS 

Dr. Kenton E. Stephens, Sr. 
The pages of this yearbook offer 
me a most pleasant opportunity 
to give my greetings to those 
students whose experiences and 
activities are portrayed herein. 
The seniors who leave us this 
year have earned our best wishes 
for the greatest of success in 
school and in work. We will miss 
them. We will use the photo- 
graphs and reports in this Year- 
book to recall our association 
with them. 

To those students who will re- 
main in the school for another 
year or more, we give our en- 
couragement that they, too, may 
attain the high levels of aca- 
demic success, athletic prowess, 
musical skill, and artistic and 
dramatic achievement which 
previous Bedford High School 
classes have maintained. And, 
most important of all, we say 
that we as teachers and adminis- 
trators welcome the opportunity 
to help each student reach his or 
her goals in high school. 



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PRINCIPAL 
Thomas J. Duggan 
The past four years have been 
years which each of you will 
always remember. My hope is 
that we in the high school have 
been able to contribute, in a 
positive way, to your future 
plans and that the memories 
you have of this high school 
will be, indeed, ones of happi- 
ness and of worthwile experi- 
ences. 

I hope that the decisions that 
you made during your four 
years here will have a lasting 
effect on your future. Each of 
you must now decide a direc- 
tion to take; and whatever de- 
cision you make, 1 wish you 
success. 

On behalf of all of us at Bed- 
ford High School, I would like 
to congratulate you and wish 
you the best! 

Thomas J. Duggan 
Principal 



ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 
William Ambrose 



LIBRARIANS A-V 




Mr. Toland Mrs. Latham Mr. Phinney 




172 



Mr. DiPietro — (Industrial Arts) 




SCIENCE 
DEPARTMENT 




Mrs. Krueger 



Mr. Palmer 



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H-C-C-H 

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Miss Freeman 



Mr. Smith 




Mr. Biggio 



Compliments of 



BEDFORD RESEARCH PARK ASSOC. 




Congratulation 
from 




PAUL J. GOLDSTEIN D.D.S. 
AND 

KEN KROWNE D.M.D. 




Bedford Jewelers 



Great Rood Shopping Center 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Tel. 275-7056 




Leon 
Hair 
Stylist 



275-1960 



275-9743 



319 Greet Road 

Bedford, Mas: 





BEDFORD — BILLERICA FORMAL 
SHOPS 

"Tuxedos For All Occasions" 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Rood 
Bedford, Massachusetts 
01730 

617-275-7088 

LOUIS PISAPIA 



Treble Cove Plozo 
199 Boston Rood 

Billerica, Massochusetts 
01862 

6 17-667- 1475 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROBERT INTERNATIONAL 

3 Meriam St. 
Lexington 
862-6936 
Uniquely handcrafted 14k gold 
and sterling silver jewelry. 
Custom work and repairs on premises 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

325 Great Road 
275-9066 



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mpliments 
of 



/Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1980 

DR. & MRS. E. EAGLES 



KAYE INSTRUMENTS, INC. 275-0300 



INSTRUMENTS 



15 Deangelo Drive 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



Dillen Funeral Home 




BEDFORD ENGINEERING CORP 



Carl Richardson 



124 South Rd. 3805 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Bedford, Mo. 01739 Alexandria, Vo. 22305 



BEDFORD 



BARBER 




STYLISTS 




Congratulations to the Class of 1980. Bedford Laboratoriesjip 
Harwell Road, Bedford. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 




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1 19 The Great Road 
Bedford, Ma. 01730 



INCORPORATED 
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS 



C. R. Burgess 
President 



Bus. (617) 275-6800 
Res. (617) 459-9092 



BOWEN'S 



Toyland & Hobby Center 
Bedford Shopping Center 

Bedford, Mass. 
275-7210 





Jack Flash Printing 



Tells the Senior 
Class to 



Go For It" 



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WHITE 
TOYS 
EXCLUSIVELY 



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• EXPERT ALL-BREEO PET QROOMINQ 

• POODLE AND AFGHAN HOUND SHOW GROOMING « CONDITIONtNO 

• AKC WHITE TOY POODLE PUPPIES AND STUD SERVICE 

"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Chere!" 



MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 
617-2751296 



S9 CONCORD RD. (RT. 82) 
BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



BEST WISHES 
EAST INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

101 The Great Rd. 
Bedford, Mo. 01730 
Bradley P. Howes Robert U. Johnson 




Genetti's 
Pockoqe Store 





DONALD L. CORNWELL 
^ /'/7one.- 861-0206 

Residence: 649-6391 



-f3lNE CORNER 

\ V Trimming - Training - Battling 
Pet Supplies - Boarding - Pet Cemetery 



42 NORTH ROAD 



BEDFORD, MA 01730 



ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the class of 1980 

Dr. an4 Mrs. Eric B. Birmingham 



Management And Marketing Consultants 
To Book Publishers 



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The 

Huenefeld 
Company 



John Huenefeld 
Virginia Wiley 

Margaret Schwerin 



1 19 The Great Road Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-2280 




Compliments of 



Dr. & Mrs. Michael Koury 



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STEVES' 



105 Great Rd. 
Bedford; Moss. 01730 

Owners: Steve Shea - Steve Moy 



STDNtHENGE 



Congratulations 
^tm Closs 

Marilyn Kean 
Jock Kean 

n 




Best Wishes to 
the 

Class of 1980 





BEDFORD PERMANENT FIREFIGHTERS 

ASSOCIATION 




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Compliments 
of 



Blue Ribbon Dairy 



186 Great Rood 
Bedford 
275-7261 



"Milk From Selectee 




SALON DE TANTE 
COIFFURES 



Bedford Shopping Center 
Great Rd., Bedford, Md 



275-7020 



Congratulations 
and Best Wishes to the 
Class of '80 

LAWRENCE H. C4RLTON C.P.A. 



sumcji 



KELLY 

TIRES 



BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE 
CENTER 



1 80 Great Road 
Bedford, Moss. 01730 



Col Brammer 



Tel: 
275-9759 




Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1980 



BEDFORD REAL ESTA 

99 The Great Rood 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

(617) 275-8540 

Ben Sears Home 275-7865 





Dr. & Mrs. 
Guy 
A. 

McGorry 

Best Wishes 
To The Class Of 
/ 1980 




Compliments 
R.R. RODNf 
RECORDS & TAPES 

49 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Moss. 
,275-8222 





DUNHAM'S BOOK STORE 

Good Used Books and Paperbacks 

Bought and Sold 
ii Over 15,000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Rd. Bedford 
275-9140 



epnone ay 5-77 44 



Solm Gad g) ick 
and 

9aul C. S)ick 
t^lloineys at JCow 




9aul C. Wick 



2*5 ^ual Sid. 
Sedfoid, SMass. otyso 




Compliments of 
KENNETH KAPLAN, M.D. 



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Dobbins Auto Repair 




Monday Th 
7 AM — 6 PM 



1 77 Bedford Street 
Burlington, Mo. 01730 






BEDFORD POLICE I 
ASSOCIATION, INC. | 




(617) 275-2330 



BEDFORD TRAVEL, INC.^ 

138 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



With Best Wishes 
From 



JOHN E. JAPP, M.D. 





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Congratulations to Class of 1980 

Thomas E. Noble, M.D. 



143 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



Telephone 275-6944 

Gladys Harrison, O.D. 
Dorothy K. Dolan, O.D 




Office Hours 
By Appointment 
01730 




862-0326 





Best 
Wishes 
to the class of 
1980 

from 



American Optical Corp. 



Medical Division 



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AD 




SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS 



DIAL 

275-0900 



RTS. 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



ROBERT T. DUNN 
Attorney At Law 



(617) 275-6146 
Res. 275-7901 



60 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



MAPLt 




Musical 
Instruments 

Coffee 
House 

Sheet 
Music 




WEATHER SERVICES 
CORPORATION 

131 A Great Road, 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone: (617) 275-8860 




"LOOKS LIKE WE MADE IT" 
CLASS OF 1 980 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1 980 



BASF 

THE INVENTOR OF RECORDING TAPE 




MAGNETIC 

CROSBY DRIVE 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 





"SYKE" 
Francis P. Bumann 



k Certified Public Accountant 

8 Beverly Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
617-275-8451 





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Congratulations 



From Spire Corporation . . . Our very best wisties for 
health, happiness and prosperity to the Class of 1980 
and to all of the students, faculty and administration of 
Bedford High School. 

^ r/ V/ IN ENERGY... 

SPI^IS THE PLACE TO CROW! 



rporatlon/Patriots Park/Bedford, MA 01730 




Compliments of 




C. Rogers Lord, M.D. 
and 

John W. Bergin, M.D. 



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CongratuJaTTbns to the 

Class of '80 



1 5 Wiggins Ave. 



Roffler Products 



CENTER HAIR 
STYLIST 



Open Daily 
and Thursday Evenings 
275-771 1 

168 E. Great Road • Bedford Shopping Center 



• o« Compliments of 

ooo®** /American 



Hospital Supply Corporation 



American Hospital Supply Division | 
American Scientific Products Division 
American Dietary Products Division 

20-26 Wiggins Ave. 

Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 




MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGEN AND 
OLDSMOBILE 



SALES 
SERVICE 
PARTS 

39 NORTH ROAD-BEDFORD, MA. 
AT JUNCTION OF RT. 45-225 
275-8000 



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Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 
To The 
Class of 
1980 




Millipore Corporation 



Ashby Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 275-9200 




F^m \he, class o-f^ \^Q^ 



ns to the 
Class of 1980 

COULTER SYSEMS CORP. 

35 Wiggins Avenue 



Bedford, MA. 




DOM'S 
SERVICE STATION 

Prop. Dom Palmeri 
Grease - Oil - Tune-Ups 
Tires - Accessories 



314 Great Road 



Dial 275-9756 



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BEST WISHES 

to the 
Bedford High School 

Class of 
1980 






D 



D YNA TREND IN CORPORA TED 



BOSTON • WASHINGTON • PHILADELPHIA 






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Bedford Pharmacy 



Bedford Shopping Center 
166 Greet Road Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Phone 27S6931 

Congratulations to the 
Class Of 1980 



(617) 275-2040 

PERFORMANCE MOTOR PARTS 

Foreign & Domestic Auto Parts 



Chuck LeBlanc 
Manager 



335 Great Rd. 
Bedford, MA. 01730 



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BEDFORD FARMS 

ICE CREAM 
SINCE 
1880 



Law Offices 
BRIDGE, DYSON & KILMARTIN 

1 13 The Great Rd. 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone (617) 275-0860 



BDITDER? 



26 WESTDN AVENUE. SDMERVILLE 
RAILROAD AVENUE, BEDFORD, MASS. 



666-30D0 
Z7S-7655 



The Great Road to Insurance 



MATTHEW J. Auto, Home, 

TOMASSIAN Business, Life lr>«urance 

Pensions, IRA, Keogh Plans 

INSURANCE AGENCY 



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BEDFORD FRUIT STORE 



Fruit — Confectionery — Tonics — ice Cream 
Cigars and Tobacco 
The Great Road, Bedford, Mass. 
275-0025 



ARTS & FLOWERS 

weddings. Kmerals & all occasions 




275-7125 

14? THE GREAT ROAD 




BEDFORD 



iJSuii ''^•4d ^l-i?.VA!,!L >^aiWg &ij,rjk^ Bill 




Gould Motors Inc. 

25 North Road ^ 
Bedford, Mass. 275-7200 



Chrysler — Plymouth — Volare 
New Cars — Used Cars — Towing — Body Work 



Congratulations from 

Miller Disposal, inc. 




Congratulations to the class of '80 
from 

RICHARD A. DAVIDSON B.S. R.P.H. 
DAVIDSON'S PHARMACY ING. 




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Mike L., Steve J., Mike D., and Billy M., remember when we came home from hockey and got chased by the drunk kids from Concord all the way to T.R.'s 
house/ D — I think we're all pretty cooked — M/ D.G., T.C. Muffins, hubby-celebrate our 50th anniversory soon? M L. Take the long way home! E L. 
Turn red much? Party with SAGE! L.S. Lets be cheerleaders. N.H. Lets go running twenty miles today? L.S. K.T. Tengo un buen dia! S.N./ Trelly, 
cheerleading camp, shaving cream fight, out on the foof, OK we're the guys, leave it alone, Moby George, hey, hey, hey, Jimmy, no, don't, fame, 10 min 
good smacks. Please, it's not in the dream. Go nuts Bob and Tom, good times — we're outa here — Jode' Borr, how's the football field? Littles? Much 
Molson? Can you remember now? How's T ? How's football in the library with Patty?/ Jo, Lisa, Beth, Rob * Toke a right right after the rail . . . watch 
out for the tree! Jo, you can get off the floor now, the gas tank isn't going to blow up. Rob, was that your last dance? Love Donna/ Kevin — Did anyone 
mistake you for the INCREDIBLE HUNK? You sure fooled us! B.C./ Tell Timmy Bubbles called. Electric Horseman, oranges and o Harvey's Special. 
SAT's in New York, Soumen at Harvard. Eric, today you hove gym. Margaret — Surprise! Jeff, here he comes. S.H./ Barbaro, how's cooking? Detention? 
Was it fun? How's T ? Don't forget C ! Going to gym? No, again! Patty isn't either? Not surprising./ Weav, Opium den 7 3/8, Monka/ K.S., L.A.R., B.C., 
S.T. remember when we went to Harvard and that guy came up behind Kothy and took her pickles? That was funny./ Neila H., Stocey N., remember 
taking the long way home till daybreak. After the donee . . . Shell/ Nancy: Spore me! He's so cute!/ To Jo — Summer of '79 Hull, Good times, you know 
it, over the gully, castle land of the lost wag call me a Doctor, waso, a bottle of red, a bottle of white, walking down Cormel Street (me and you and Peter) 
hey, hey, hey, Pichures at Paragon — Jo/ Paul S., John S., Sheila H., Nina B., always look on the bright side of life. Shell/ Sure, you've got your Eppy 
colognes for going to the movies, or even a Broadway show (a little Chanel 19 behind the ears). And you can hove those Peter colognes for fooling 
around at a movie (Smitty sets the mood). And you've got your Richord colognes for no reason at all (Cachet changes for every woman that wears it). 
But Darren is for LUST/ To D.N., R.D., P.D., and D.H. Remember: Wakey, wakey, rise and shine. Time to go runnin' from M M./ Young one. Who moved 
the compsite? Sleeping on the highway. That tent that collapsed all by itself, leaving us in the rain. The scar on my face, the drinking contest, I won. My 
pants, too big for you. Staying up oil nite just to give the little brat a ride home. The fights. Halloween. End of little studley. You've chonged, must be 
adolescence? B.F.A. Are you experienced./ To: Sheila, Nino, Michelle, and Laura. I'll always remember you and all the fun times we've hod together. 
Thank-you for the friendship and support you've always given me. Keep in touch! Love, Steph/ Big Pick, did you hurt yourself when you fell down the 
stairs at Hank's House on New Years Eve? Whoa! Whoa! Hey, you guys, do do you you wont to to go go to to the Mini Bike Races? Pick, remember on 
Smiley's dock up Maine? That was unbelievable, the way it squirted out. Limpy/ Green coots burn well. Peter's Pit 1 979. I love rabbits, Keith and Brian are 
hiding. Here comes Tom./ T.W.K. — Give birth at the Star Trek movie! That bright green shell that doesn't seem like one — phase out! — Mudge Don 
O., what were you staring at that night ot Sharon's Halloween party? M L./ Fall over many stone walls Potty. Anne, ore you bus happy? Fred and Barney, 
remember the dance? Wieners, remember the island?/ Pick, how was Pecky? You must have been in heaven! M L. and Honk "I'll kill for munchies!" — 
Chubby Wubby. Peffer, Toby — The Iranian, B.R., F.N., our perfect record is ruined. We're lucky we didn't get orrested. Bad Co., V.H., Kansas and the 
Who. Sholmowitz with his bagelwagon still hasn't got drunk. The Id prevails. B.G. Jo — still have those lists? We never schenud, did we? Lip gloss — 
what a night! Thanks for the memories! Thanks and good-luck to everyone who has holped and befriended me since my arrival here. Good-luck to 
everyone on the back of the bus, it's been great. See yo again soon — maybe when in Texas give me o visit. Bye! Brian Kelley/ Advark, Porksey, 
Fuggydoo!?/ Eileen — I know who you really like! What o swimmer! Remember you, me, and Kris that night? Go for it! Thonks for everything — my 
brother's sister/ R.P. Girls: Chicken tastes like wood, SOME; Jag: Reasons to be cheerful, port 6, How ore my ladies; Move'm in move'm out; Not 'cause 
you wont to, 'cause you hove to; Get on down on' par-toy with my . . .; The Bemies; You know what I meon, you know what I'm soyin'; Brain damoged 
speed freak; Smile if you got lucky last nite. The back room; I hear the tables calling you; 69B, giggle, giggle; Bust'em; Bevilocquastein, Hoggertini; Nifty; 
Disco vs. Rock; No more greoseballs; Brewskies, Anthony, will you do us a fovor . . .?; Which ones will and which ones won't?; Nice looking and smooth 
talking; Me-fur; Warden — our Guardian Angel; Sister Sledge; Do you ski? Sure do!; Boby I'm the Best!; Am I right or om I left; You know who loves you; 
Think it's easy being me?; We ore family!/ Kelley, remember all those exciting things we did together. Cruising around town. Mac's, Popo Gino's, and the 
Church. Donno/ Hi Sue, yo wonno throw a f risbee? Hi Tina, "Willy D." Hi Lisa, you shouldn't moon at Springs Brook! Hi Anne, Hi Donna, Hi Beth, Hi 
Robin, Hi Leigh Anne, Hi Sheila, Hi Kiki, Hi Carolyn, Hi Bob, thanks for putting up with us. And Reed, I can't wait 'til '85! — Jo Beth C. Remember, "Ma, 
do I like steak?", locking the keys in the cor and the lady with the groceries! — Beth/ J.M., L.B., B.B., C D., J.B., A. M P., L.F. — Thanks for the good times, 
for listening when I needed a friend. If you need me, I'll be there . . . Love always, L.D. / After work's late nite cruise . . . broken mailbox? — P.D. and 
CM./ D P., I hope '79 is forgotten, I didn't mean for it to happen. I'm reolly sorry. B.L. Lisa and Carolyn — Remember: Dorchester, Ad.B., Arrowhead 
and Pewter Pot (drop food much!) — Gale/ A M P. — Remember; the "pool" party. Junior Prom, weekend at Bobby's, Pope's visit, soccer gomes, getting 
lost in Wellesley, "get some air," chairlifts, "I have to go to the bathroom" (but in the men's room?), "Somebody's gonno hurt someone," Expert ski 
slopes, broken toes and broken hearts. Thanks for everything! Me Meg, Freckles on ears — Popsickles, Mmm Mmm Good! — X-rated talks — Who is it 
this week? — Will you change the radio station in the von? — Cookie Jorvis — Love Notch Coth — remember humanities with M.K. and M L. and D.H ? 
Chewgum?/ Carol: Remember the Concord gome? You looked sooo funny . . . you mode my night . . "Linda — I'm so embarrassed, look at my knee" 
I'll never forget that. Love, Linda/ C.C. Not J. A ! G.S. — rolling in K's. B Y. — Were you? K.J — Fall in many Marshall's boses; extract burns! D.G. — 
How's your foot? Reverse not neutral — stalls out! Psychic about telephone booths poles?/ Ginger and Cindy — Remember: Dance, T W.D., 151, Mrs. 

D. , M B. and D.G. and B.W., Window, and J.B. — New Years! 1 2:00 — LASF (TC) Jean, Julie, Stocey, Tracey, Liz, Roz, Ellen, Kris — Speeding to where? 
Best Bet where Phil did whot? Pictures of hunks — Much gossip — high — Bye — Love Brenda Jane: Voya o olmorzor. Linda Munchy, remember 
Saturday nights — loosing the cor, dances, Papa Gino's, and Mac's! Don't forget cute Rick . . and Mike? Let's let green shirted guys live forever! Going 
to that guy's house, 99 and 10! Slinky dresses, Mitchum, nut cups, screwdrivers and bowling backwards. What a riot! You're such o jerk! But a good 
friend. Beth/ C.B. — So-o-o! Thonx for the Prom, the great summer, and for oil of the terrific times (Hey, it's my life). Obviously, I love you. — J.B.< Joyne 
and Chris — The boys from Woylond!/ Stocey — remember almost getting hit? Go nuts after the Prom! Parking lot "crash." Good times. Love, Ellen/ 
Joan — partying at the movies. Sold out! Fun at the Beach. Fun English classes. Good times! Right, Peggy? Love, Dorothy/ Tracey: The Hudson game. 
Tracey: "Linda, Linda" Um-uh, oh shoot, "Lin-Linda" I will never forgive you. A M P. — Your parties ore fantastic. Bon fire X-AAas in 1980? Good luck 
in college. Let the good times roll. Keep the Foith. — J.B./ D C. — Getting dates for the Prom, remember? Portying before, during, and after? Need o 
safety pin? Out of control! Good-luck. E M. To Howie with love. Thanks for all the great times you gave me. I couldn't hove made it through these years 
without you. When you're feeling down, just remember all the fun times we've hod. We've both leorned o lot through being together and we've got a long 
life ahead of us ond so much more to learn. I know I've hod to lean on you a lot when I've been troubled, ond I love you for never turning me away. We've 
come a long woy so for, but we hove a long way to go. It will be o pleasure sharing it with you. Love, Anne Tracey porollel parking by the library, 2:30 
A.M. partying. Let's go to Arlington Heights. How's your alarm clock? Good times. Love, Elleni Sue: Wine and beer . . . bong . . pop goes the wine 
bottle . . . you looked so funny in the bock seat. Thanks for all the good times. Love, Linda/ C D. — You are a great friend. I hope that we go to school 
together. Be careful of inflatable beds! Be Preppie! — J.B./ To L.H., N.B., B.B., CD., K.C, Never forget the excellent times, especiolly at Driver's Ed., 
Nell. Remember Lynn's party and the punch! I'll miss y'oll when I move!/ L.A.D. — Finally! Remember Junior-Senior Proms and pooters, caterpillar 
people, family gripes, week-old popcorn, baby pumpkins. We're wild and crazy people! #12, gimme five, block soul man. Hod some great ones. Chuck 
and Pete, David's creepy friend, freezing outside during Exchange concert. Good- luck! Seal — the Giggly! Advonced biology dissections, feet through 
the windows, holes in walls, sleeping over after family trouble, thanks for understonding. Steph — Tequila Sunsets, Tokin It to the Streets, District and 
Gorgeous hunks, parties, parties, parties. Thanks for making it possible. Flood — I P S., chemistry, wonderful homeroom, stupid Prince and Dorky, 
Sleazy, Limpid, insane but fun! Paul — Fields, green meadows, pastures, and neon lights (it's electric). — L A B./ L.D. — Hey Buddy! Sweater collection. 

E. N.'s in P.E.? Mr. Bill. Colby weekend. Did you see the hunk in the towel? — J.B. J. A.M. never forget Nov. 2nd, Mr. P.'s English class; our Jr. and Sr. year; 
and all the good times!! / A C. — remember driver's ed., popcorn, heart rocks, locking the keys in the cor, tennis and the dances. You'll get him yet. It's 
been great. — B.C./ Mike, Rick, Randy, Chris, Greg . . . Party at Red's, Mike — perching it downstairs, Wizord of Oz, Good times with the Germon 
Shepord Pete and Rick. Rings and cider./ Linda — Maybe you con moke some money off the peanut butter perfume! Too bod we didn't give H.P. the 
note!! E H. — Et tu Brute? — G.S./ Hey Pepe: Remember: Working in the school store? You're just a dumb bonono! Putting up posters ot 5:00 A.M. Good 
luck ond keep in touch! Love — Carolyn/ Girls swim team — aren't away meets funner? Shine-on. Thnks for the memories. Good luck next year. S.E. quit 



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looking at kids with see through suits on! J.C. has no manners in MacDonalds. — J.S./ Bonjer! I remember . . . Mr. Bubbles 6th gr. Oliver! . . . Pinafore. 
RAGtime, craziness. Choir, Musicals, Quebec. Double Sextette: Thanks! C.C., S.M.: Thanks for growing with me. My duck says "quoa, quoo!" KBBCS 
DEM La, You've got a friend. The Stupid Prince sailed The USS Pantyhose disguised as a birdcage with Sleazy and Limpid. BBA, LD, JM, — Why am I 
attracted to lunatics.-" LB, NA — 6 years! My friends; Je me souviens-toujours! See you "The Night Before Christmas" LP two more things, 1 ) sing out 
Louise. 2) smile baby! — SAB/ Remember York Beach! M.D., S.D., and P.S. will never forget the Animal Pork; and how Mr. Siek. said he didn't core about 
us getting arrested, but he till 2 o'clock in the morning./ K.D. — Have another glass of champagne! Teenage A. A. probably wouldn't have taken your 
hopeless case anyway! Party much New Years Eve? Thanks for the memories! GS/ Powderpuff football team — Concord wasn't as tough as they looked. 
Thanks for the memories and revenge on Concord. Joan/ L.A. — Thanks for all your help. Never forget A.W., V.P., and P.V., the laughter ond tears. 
Remember work — "easy" jobs, the curb at Lexington library, the robot, plane, stalling at the gate, and humanities. — B.C./ Lisa — Remember: prom, 
tower, sneaking into houses, subs, common, Harvard Sq., Turco's (walk munch). Eager Beaver, lAICD, landings, cruising. Bill and Bob's teo-tolks, Pino 
Coloadas, disco. New Year's.'' 1 980! Don't forget promises. How much money do YOU have.-" Who ore you.-* YLADRS! Drive much. We bought! L and J, 
C and B Love Always — Me!/ Dave G., Gordo, Eppy, and Mike D., remember that one bathroom that got hammered at the Junior's dance./ M.S. — Thanx 
for splitting lunches with me! Don't forget when we ate the whole pan of fudge! I'm glad we became friends this year! — G S./ Sharon, Humanities is the 
small joke. We make good cookies. Cheryl, glad we're friends but no more popcorn! Joan/ Anne — Remember all the good times. Hove fun with Gene in 
Virginia, and never forget Bedford High. — BC./ Stephan and Benjamin, I'll always love you both the bestest Morcy-Chiquitito. You are one and the 
same. We shared and will share so much. Koy, You can't leave. Remember my sweet sixteen? I'll carry that scar forever, and Marc, I'll bleed if I want 
K.H./ Donna and Michele: Good times — lunch, gym, Mrs. B's classes! Good luck always. M — remember cruising and talks? D — remember JC and 
Oscars, playing pool? Gale — stiff! Remember: Biology, Humanities, Pewter Pot, Teddy Bear? We're such immature children! Love Always — Carolyn/ 
We've had alot of fun K.A.M. Have a good summer — B.C./ Kath — Remember the great lasagno noodles that we attempted to burn in the pot-bellied 
stove? Remember the other unburnables.^/ Svein — always my cookie/ Maryjo no I don't hove ony gum or any candy. Joan. Shirley — Don't forget all the 
good times we've had together. I'm glad we were co-coptcins! Good party. Thanx for being a good friend. Joan./ Chuckles and Terry — remember 
everything: Harvard square, Lowell, Concerts, okay. Re/ Juonite — Don't forget all the fun on the swimm team. Remember "Hey Baby, Hey Baby" at the 
Red Sox game? I can't believe you ore a senior. We've had alot of good times! Don't forget New Years Eve!! — Gracielo/ L.F. I'll always remember how 
you helped me out through a very rough time. If you ever need somebody I hope I can be the one to help. D.D.I Donna, beth, remember Barbados, Toil 
anyone lately and going to the wrong house, and Nutcups, what a blast!!/ Ellen — Hey Dorothy Hamil, don't forget all the good memories we've had 
together. Hod a real good time in Maine but no more scary movies. Joan/ Halligan — found out the best way to take your advice was to do the exact 
opposite. Works out great./ Chris — kneelonds, I spies, Wedgwood S.D.!/ Carol — We've got food! Come on over! Sue's see many movies! Drive ins./ 
Donna, Do you wanna? Buck. Quack! Quack! Beck, get Frank's journal, hurry he's not here. (Boat- landing. Party's, New Years Eve) — Ben. Brian, Buck, 
Not bad Donna. Many good times and many more to come. Going to the beach. Bobby and Joann 9/22/78. / Trolly, remember driving to the gas station. 
The Wilmington Whimps — Drive ins — steamed windows, F.B.I. Agents, C.W., "I'll never do that!" and all the summer nights. Meg/ "Keep it down, I'm 
trying to sleep" "I hope there's nobody's here." "Mz bottle of number 36" "Schlitz Lite" "Where's my Micka Mouse Mug?" Spagetti Strainer, summer at 
Danny's, sport car into gutter, Fr. Bob, Fr. Kyle, singing on rooftops, diary, pumpkin stealing at 2 A.M., toga, goto, music, recipe, divider, no stars, 
P.M. A., no bones eggs, spitboll, elevator, toby mead broken tooth, hand, toe, onicle, finger, muffler, running into Kyle .... twice, popcorn, party ends 
at ten, chaffuer, markers, waltzing, best friends./ To Steve: Hey babe, we're gonna make it. We've hod some great times! And some bod times. So you 
changed us for awhile but, everything changed back. Au back to normal. Take care of Jingle's I still have to get used to him but, he's going to be around 
for awhile. Antigua here we come! Forever!!! Cuz we're going to be rich. Look out Joan (I hate her) — You keep me smilin' — forever us! Yeh — Love 
always. Deb/ Hey, Hey, my, my. Rick and Roll will never die. To win you I'd suffer anything and be glad I call that a bargain, the best I ever had. I Karen — 
Our expert driving to the soccer games! "What kind of gum is it?" — Anne Marie / Deb, think of the weekend, many bruises! Quick, it's Charlie Brown, 
break his knee in the door! What do you mean you can't find it? Thank God for toss pillows. Hi Shirl, you look nice; Deb's sick and I'm Annie's cousin. 
Sue/ Deb, good-luck with Wayne and Kansas life — Cleaning floors — Nope, we don't do windows — 1 5, thanks for being our friend! Love, Brenda and 
Karen/ Stacey, Tracey, Shirley, Dean, Liz, Julie: rainy weekends in N.H. How do you get to the North-end" Skiing! Where's the exit? Summer nights down 
at the circle. Farmers Field. Jean — laugh much? Liz ond the Stones. Pig out! 6 ft. long subs. New Years Eve 1979! PARTYING!! Thanks. Love, Ellen/ 
Lynne, remember leeps and leeptions! Never forget that voice, driving over the curb. Per. E. and the "Gree Grump," drooling over R.R. in the f romt row, 

in love with J. P., wow! Great having all those guys, sure. What about Junior Prom? What a blast. Never forget "Get upstairs," and Pirj the on the 

! Well, thanks so much for bein' a friend! Michelle!/ J.S. — Expletive Deleted! Buddy, great party, real intense. Where are the guys? Evaluations. 

Kinky pictures! — i.B.I S.H. — Keep swimming, check under the beds lately? J.M., T.I. — Yes concert, going up one way roods the wrong way. Peanuts in 
back seat, Wolfboro, Bart, parties during school, half-days, farmers, E.M. — Spaghetti in the rain .... Thanks/ D.M. Holding hands in the dork, hots. 
Rick's party Jan. 1 2, floating sky high — naturally! Remember unzipped zippers? How embarrassing! B.L./ Clare, Remember summer school, all our trips 
to the moll, and "Hey, hop on her!"? Joan is a reoly cutey pie — poor pat! 19 is their prime, and all our pick ups J.T., F.M., T.M., D P., G.A., M.M., and 
lost but not least, the tururp! Yuc — let's get dash faced! Remember X-mos eve and New Year's Eve dash-faced? Your poor cor. Kiss quieter next time. I 
love Steven! Deb (P.S. — Let's go to another town, wanna?)/ Steph M. — remember the Party Times in the Caddy and going to that college party. Good 
times forever. Shell/ Dionna: How's . . .? N.Y.E. Jo? No? Dianna, un huh? I'll get tissue! To more good times together! Love ya sweetie Robin/ Shell, 
Loure, Steph, Shell, Laurel, Janice, Sharon, Kiki, John-boy, Paul, Sharon, etc. — This is it! Don't forget all the good times. None of you ore either a G.S.P. 
or B.U.S.! Sheila — remember saying, "Too bad it's not hard yet?" John — forget that one bad experience at the dance. Laurel and Janice — olios #13 
and #14, remember #12! Steph — I'll be looking for you on Broadway, Laura — I'll be looking for you in the opera houses! Kiki — Thanks for this space 
and for surviving Latin with me! All of you — In the words of Note "King" Cole, "Stay as sweet as you ore!" — which shouldn't be very difficult. 
Everybody, don't forget Nino Rosina Dina, Nino Snyder, Nino Martin, or Nina Wayne — Love, Neen./ Steve — "Kitchen tolks" Anne/ T.G. Remember; 
The sandpits, the common, center school, playing frisbee, hanging around the B.P., the bowling alley, biking it to Wolden, pulling olnighters, getting 
bagged, cruising in the paper truck, starting fires at the B.L., partying every weekend, Fitzys, Charlies, The Mobile, Cloirmount N.H., The Pig Roost. 
We've sure done it all! — D.D.I You're a strong man with a Big Lip Scott Mc. (Michele) George, one Hitters in Biology. (Limpy)/ Liz — You'll be surprised, 
someone' II soy your beautiful, you'll agree. David — Whole world celebration? M and S — beautiful couple, sweet kids. Kothy — please don't go! — D. 
Ann — remember "babe," primal scream, anytime, anywhere. T.J. — "Death on two legs/Dedicated to . . ." you. Rodger — he's stupid, ploy it. David 

— you forgot "ommodown," don't forget me. Dee — you put up with (junk) from me, but you always moke me smile, (sniff). Amy — name it after 

me. — Liz — you're stacked! Binney — remember us, we love you! Chris — Ireland? We'll still love you. Chris — Hi, sexy. Corolynne — keep laughing. 
Everyone — remember movies, Conobie Lake, parties, plays, skating, boyfriends, good friends, green M and M's, "kisses," love you — L, D, C. Bye guys! 

— Corolynne/ Fran — He like's you, I know he does. — Chris/ Pot — summer skinny dip in your pool? — Chris/Robin M. remember the fun times we hod 
at Friendly's and the nut cups. Shell/ I'm in love with Cone! P.A.-n-C.M./ Jo, remember New Years Eve and what fun we had. — sociology talks — 10 and 
the "chose" afterwards. — Love Lee./ To everyone that helped decorate for the Junior Prom! Our class worked great together on Friday! What o blast! It 
was worth all time and money spent! — Anne Marie/ Kris: smoking . . .1st time I'm not getting anything, "Mic," "Bud" B.O.B. Buzz. Good Girls don't 
but we do! Love Robin/ To Carolyn: Good Luck in the years to come. Love Dionne/ To my "Cotton Ball" remember the Fairly ploy Castle. Love always/ 
Carolyn K. and Karen K., remember St. Patty's day putting the shamrocks on my car and being followed by that von. — Shell/ To Deb: Remember: 
Christmas vocation? New Years Eve? The telephone pole that "jumped" in front of the cor? The cop at Macs? Partying every weekend? Almost wolking 

home from Billerico to get away from and ? Raytheon with and . . and our audience? The TB River? Summer School? Our 

"shopping sprees"? Workmen in the summer? And our long talks? Thanks for being my friend. Love Clare./ Jo- skiing at Sunopee Did great 'til "they" 
come. Couldn't carry equipment, picking up those three kids! Mountain climbing with your gallon of cider. My surprise party! Roller skating!! — Anne 
Marie/ Frenchy, screaming through the parking lot. Mac, Michelob and Eogles. Menty, coll back, important. Thanks forever. Whimp, all my love Bambi./ 
To M.K.W. and Shelly: Remember New Years Eve? . . . When the Saints go Marching In. M.K.W. — remember those nights with Gene and Joe? — 
Whose MaryJone? .... Smoking Stubborn Stogies . . . pot pancakes. To Robin — remember May 26th? Take a dive! Good Dip! Who broke the 
antenna? . . . Thumbs up! Sue — remember using washcloths at Carls house? . . . Collision on Old Couseway. Anne — Hod fun at Webbfield 



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t'far,^ C/tigs in M.L.'s bockyord! Love, Lee./ Robin: What about torpedoes? He does! How was sleeping on the steps New Years Eve? Love Dionne Becco 

— Con you see 5 mins. in front C3^ you?! chin, chin! Anrie' To rny big bro: Hove fun ot college. I'll miss you. With love, D.F. Sue — Start fires ot Hoydens? 
Flashlight, tolking oryj o cop foils out? "I could tell by tfieir breoth" Love, AAoria Gast pxjrty '78 — N. Ganwoy — I owe you one — arrested? — So. So — 
3:33' — Does 1 reolly do it? — Different shirt? — AFS — Tuborg — Ski Team bus rides — Banar>os and apples — Good-n-plenty — Timmy Chopstick 

— Okemo — ISO's — TVO in locker room, bra — "Bong, bong . . ." — Whipped cream, nxirshmollow . . . — ALWAYS, Little J and Good Heod Hey, 
M.M., how's your bee sting? Does it still hurt? Love yo! K.P.S. you're ottrocted to me, o Virgo. Becky tripping? Talking on th phone till 6:00, Mickey 
Mouse shirt help! Joonn wonts thot mark on your cheek? Tricio yo dog. Well, hello Linda. Kate (jock brood on drugs) strawberry field parting! New 
Year's Eve. Vicky cruising and ovokiir^g. Vicky self service, con you pump? Louie, we're going to flush you. — B.W. and V.R. Hang in there Meggy — 
Summer of '77 and tt»e lemons ond Mr. D. Keep in touch. — Lisa Mitch, remember thot terrific night out with four gay guys? Doug and friends Laurel — 
shopping for Prom dress! Showing mom? Talking at John's porty! A. M P. Just a speciol "Hi there" to all you toll, long and flexible guys. Love from 
AAelinda Neile and The Freshmon (bo-dum-bum) Bee, Bussh forever, 2 10^ pieces, 4: 1 ratio, seowoll shooting moon, 5 mokes 15. P-cors take pictures, 
remperwig, Chinese firedrills, Freebird solo, Don' Karen, Tern, Lisa — Remember singirtg, Burt Reynolds, babysitting cars in Wolthom, apple juice, 
cookies, and syntf^esizers. Love you downs, Laurie- To Notch, from Freck, Keep on "rollin' " Jimmy baby, Hey Lynn, don't do too much blow dryir>g at 
"Two Teaks"/ Joonrie ond Lourel — Remember our "wicked" fun college weekend; ripe ond juicy rnangos, generator lights, E.N.'s and our popular air 
mottress. So , . . it's great hoving friends like you two! Corole Kothy — hove many problems going through windows? Or in hallway freshman year? Or 
the pkjy in tf>e parking lot? Love, Maria/ Corolyn — (xirple lines? Prom, New Hampshire and no lights? I. A. I. C D ? Plon A, T.T.'s? M L.? Disco? Love, 
Lisa/ K-T, nights were fine, partying was fun, you'll hove o greot coreer as a poet. Best friend, Stogpole, J. High Field, John and Budro, Bagged, Joe's 
ckiss — Hock, Chucky buys, I owe you or>e-six, ttiey're filing their noils, Mouskasip, Que Problemo, "Honeycomb," Buddy, Hey, NO WAY! Midnite swim 
ot Wedgewood, Rodicol, AAcConn's, Beost, Debby Delicious, Beat! It' s been real. Annie Anne, Lantem Ln, lights out, green light at Wong's, Bking, coffee 
in bathroom — pxjss out, stop huggin' me, on oil 4'rs, ketchup ond aspirin for breakfast, we're friends, H.M.W.G.S. Don Denise, remember the time I told 
you S.H. wears blush? Thanks for all the help with Mr. Supermarket Hope I get him some day. S.H. loves D C. K.T. loves M M. Twink, wiskeydew with 
me and Bird, Boys room nice inside? Thurvib off much? Hospital not donee, ride elevators, talk till 3:00 A.M., 194 1 , M.G. and A.N., stay good. Don/ To 
P.P. and Potti: Good times at lunch, honrveroom, and pep — don't forget Filene's and shoe fly! Lisa Corole — Ski weekend at Bobby's! Stoying on choirlift, 
bloody nose, woter, mud, food, food, and more food, church, and Bufferin. New Year's Eve! Ice skating, ski team, soccer gomes, CYO, Algebra II, visiting 
Mr. P. Our tolkf, hoppy times, greot days, and few mishaps To all times shared and to all the mony more times oheod For always being there! Thanks! 
Love, Anne AAorie/ Koy — No foir graduating without us! C J., Bones — keep on Trekkin'; Binney — SEXY!; Kurt — I don't core if you ARE allergic to me, 
you're still cute! Danny — now? You aren't supp>osed to drink holy water. Kothy — Don't LEAVE! "When you feel sod . . ." Strawberries ond whipF>ed 
creom on o worm summer night. Ann — Sophomores do it better — this year. BEEP! MAC BegofSo — No es uno obortado! — Che — No te cobrees! 

— Copiscos? — Dylan, Cohen, Mitchell — Que cruz! — Super culo! — Too much for my body! — Flies of the Lord. Te queremos mucho — 
GRACIAS!! J/L — Thonx for good memories, both of you! Je vous oime. Nos ho jodido. Michelle, Barbados, tailing f>eople, and nut cups. Boy ore you 
short! "Just crowl in a hole and die!" We know ... Bumrr>er city! Beth orvd Donno Hey! Eppy, I'm so baked. Crashing with heodphones, Cheeze-its, 
Boonesform, Rush concert, OH NO, BARF!/ Jello Buns, how;s tfie bock seot? A few reminders of the post year: SNAP, Dean (heavy sigh). Three Times o 
Lody, A Certoin Saturday, skating, PlyrrK)uth in the raft. Parties, con I drive? June 16th, grow up, stop sniveling, Porty Pooper. Your Son/ P.G.P. 
Pom-n- Randy. Laura, remember Friday night? We got boked, but we tok) Ed thot we got money. Pom, remember the dance? Howdy! Sunshine! Yip, yip, 
yeeeehooohhh! Memories of summer of '79 Green trpsh bogs under Ricky's bed! Dragging Beth from Chuckies room! Bock refrigerator! White cars at 
WoWen Pond, "That sign doesn't mean us" en route to Pegasus. "Aoaooh Beth, you're disgusting" on top of the 9-horse trailer. The old pickup through 
the fields. "You suck truck!" putt, putt, zoooommm. "Come on campers get those horseiitacked up'" "I can't tighten the girth, sob, sob" Rononne orxl 
Beth. Blockberry Brondy ond Molson. Thumper — Fuzzy Duck — cops! "Gog me" Heath just noticed the front of the gold cor. Rick!! — Official Bom 
Rot/ Gordy — tolking after Steve's party, confusion plonning for beach, soccer gomes — congratulations, Corole's surprise cookout, pbying volleyball, 
baseball, swimming in Shoe's pool, Chris' porty — sorry. Library talk, another talk, LIFE!? To good friends! Best wishes. Love, Anne Marie/ B.L.L. — 
Candy Corn, Green Shirts, Popo Gino's, Tylenol, Don who? Where's your shirt? "You're such a jerk!" White stripes. He's to cute. Wonno fight about rt? 
Fall into any bushes lotely? Thot pink shirt! Orange juice and what? Big Mac attacks. Has Bruce colled lately? Got something in your eye? Conopy lake, 
candy corns — never forget the good times. Love, Munchkin/ P.G. — IT'S A SWEATER GONE WILD! Does your mother talk silently? Help! I'm stuck 
under the couch! Going away. You walked into my dreom! I can't stopgolfing Our oven is better U K., my gogg! A.L./ Sue — Are you being attacked? 
Quick, find a hiding place! Deb/ Sorry about any mistakes, but do you think it's eosy typing these @$** %## things? — Ed./ Jophon: Damn magicians! 
Try to be nice to them and they get under your skin. Gor, I love you. — Tirrim/ To Joanne: Remember New Years Eve? Of course you don't, you never 
went out. MocDonolds Bathroom Diane/ Boo — First one to cool off ot Carole's surprise porty! Disco dancing ot John's porty. Ann Londers during 
lunch. A and E period. Confirmation class! "10" — nokeys, no tickets Boring movie, then freezing theater. Florida? Thonks, Love, Corole, Anne Marie/ 
Don-Troshcon Ralph! Lights out! Finish thot beer by that pole! Chin, Chin, We gonna go to that moon! Anne/ Carole, Gordy — Moss with the Pope, 
pouring roin, mud, cold, wet gross, 1 umbrello, using men's room, "Where's the bus?" Time to always remember! Anne Marie/ Sue, remember Concord 

— rolling at the stop signs, Lincoln with the cops, Lexington with the Highway, Bedford with the hill — and Burlington with Pewter Pot? Neck brace or 
cigorette onyone? Deb/ D C. She's got a freckle on her . . . Remember K.P.'s Christmas party, tex. Junior High, Hull, the two trees. Got a napkin? D.D./ 
Harlow and Molcom C.K. is cuter than a button and she thinks you guys ore so cute too. Luv yo forever, C.K. P S. Don't wear out your cheeks. C.R., B.W., 
B.T., K.T., Lil/ Hey Animal, remember the Lincoln ot Moc's, doors locked keys inside motor running. Driver's side window You animal. Got any top? 
Charley wont o mailbox? Dona good times: New Years Eve tiporillos? The soccer Party see much? Don't forget Moine! Lester, Chester, Hester, Where's 
V.A.M.P./ Nicki, Liz . , . BFB, Hoar homesteod, coke odds life, cherries, Thonksgiving dinner, Go for it nice bum, Lovo Ya both. Your two of the best. 
Many more good times to go . . ./ Becky — remember seeing Yaz's 3,000th hit . . . finolly! Remember standing in the rain all day to see the Pope, 
climbing Mt, Monodnock, the Foreigner concert, etc. Remember all the good times we hod ond look forward to all the one's we will have. Love Elizabeth 
P.S. Texas here we come!/ Eileen- Weldofield, Budweiser, Trip on your pont's? Whistle run! Sleeping in woods, then M.K.W. and L.J. ended up at J.H. 
Field! Anne/Poul McCortney Forever!/ Excuse me, ABBA forever! K.H./ Ann — Don't forget obout chlorine high, "will power!", green ribbons, 
Meotwood Flock, ducks, Ekk-thod, and Duke on Lee's front lawn! Coke in communist countries is olwoys fun too! (on hoyrides?) Thank you for being 
you./ Tricio — getting high for the first time at your house! Zeppelin in the library — you, me, Carol ond Claire Bear! "The Ocean." Leaving Carol ot the 
Morist White Russians on New Years. J. Geils at the Cope — Love, Pom/ Peach — Sleepovers — scrounge — munchout. P.G.'s in 9th grade. Lowell 
halloween party. Liz's New Years Party. Sloe Gin Fizz-bloh! Homecoming. The Bl . Cope Cod. "Your Hair Smells Terrific." Brew sisters. The library — 
"Zeppelin" "THE ACCIDENT!" Through thick and thin — Love Pom/ Noro — remember oil the fun we hod. New Yeors Eve . . . staying up until 6:30, 
rollerskoting, going to donees (what a lough) etc. Our dream has to come true soon! Look forword to oil the fun. I'm sure we'll hove and thanks for being 
such o good friend. Love Elizabeth/ T.S. we're being sucked into the fan! The cot meowed I dropped my key and you wiped out in the stairs with your 

Marshalls bog! Never stop the flow of water with your head and never carry coke and milk in o stronge, dork house Drunk! stiff . . .Dink. . .? 

Dog!/ To the Klutzes of Kotherine's Kleque — Kindly Kwit Korping Koncerning Kotherine's Koming Kinematic Kommitment. Dod Hoksch/ Tracy — 
Never forget — The cope, Guy, whot a doll, hair bear, watch your step, kids ot the rocks, R.K. and P L. what to do? Wolfboro, peanuts. Physic's lobs ond 
Col, Many good times — Stocey./ Michelle L. Remember ensemble last year and Roy Clark? Keep in touch. Kothy S./ S.W. — The duns on the Cope!!!/ 
Steve and Bucky, remember the blizzard of "79" Before Becko's party? (Limpy) Kevin, renenber on D's Deck you looked content. (M L.) Steve at Willie 
and Jenno's I was cooled! (Sore Man) Chank and Steve, Beverly Rood, By the pine tree before the states. Crispy cridders. M.L./ To Borney, who I'll olwoys 
love .... Little one./ Hey Dove, remember the tree fort? Liz./ Hey, F.W., F.C., DC, remember after Bieks fxjrty? SO! Gordy only one counted; Dono. 
'68 was a good year for rocing machines; Peter, remember all the crazy people we've seen driving, 3 wheels and Rockfords; to whom it may concern: 
remember all the parting up the Nicke; Hey, Bob, we're not on the front page of the Globe. Yet. Tuna/ Tuna, your handwriting is impossible to read. — 
Ed./ Allison — wont to belly-flop down the stoirs? Watch out; ther's a door ot the bottom! Isn't 10:30 A.M. a little early for o Mich.? Remember your 
bathroom run thru the Kitty litter? Deb/ One SHAM = (Kg x m)/sec, or a short, clumsy, little kid. Hi Mr. David, Ion, Andy, Coroline, Mortin, Nil, AAichelle, 
Carolyn, Kot G., Debbie, Down, Anita, Vinnie (snake eyes), Paul (Johnny), All you guys in the Barber Shop Quartet, Augustus English, Mr. Keith and Mr. 



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Bill, all you giH crazy guys. Bill B., Big Paul, Sondy dorfng, Nancy, Erica. K. Soroh, Laura, dthy S., and KennetK Send OoHiy, Sleazy. Limpid. Homy. 
Musty, CXisty, and Twirpy to keep AArs. Latham company. Hi, Jmmy, Chris, Karen, Sean, Recti and oil you other Best B ET 'erv Mr David. I eapect you 
will keep the J.S.R. in good ordeH — Poul (PJ., DocV To J.K., D.M.. P.S., arvl B.R., I've known all o# you for a reolty Ivig tirrw. mi w«'«e M o lol<rf Ktl 
This is just to soy thanks for being friends. K.S. AAich, hod great times, loved physics — small gree gnanp. Remember Rno CtikMki song. Electric 
Horesmcvi (drool), and my great driving. Lynrt "MAIN EVENT, " I feel used. I <eel cheap!!! Mr. Sophisticatad — (Rsh) Tm oily a FRESHMAN!" 
Trocey, get lost! Hall decorating, will you give us more lessons on twisting crepe paper? f\jsh the button to come in crfter Lexingflon. "10" The "NOTE" 
Up GkKSS. G>k)r my workJ. Jumping into tfie phone booth! Thanks for ihe letter and all memorie s - — bedondermooif Trocey — SeoguM oitock in Florida 
X-moses. Partying. Jug End — "There's a vein in your roast beef" — UrKle Peter King Ridge — "shots" on the ch oir Bft. Lake Stmpee. Cofx Cod. Hermit 
Iskand — 'Mo, I did a iob on tfie f toor." — crosfting on tfie rocks — P1GPILE. Blown owoy at "Up in Smoke" — pushing Jane's cor. Love Ptim Shirley — 
Remember . . . Wolfboro, walk to the back of the cor, Borf, Grace, J. Geils, poor maids!, three musketeer^ Bedford Doy, Formers Field. J^viior yeor. I 
tokJ you. Thanks for everything! — Stocey Deb. Are you really telSng the truth about wfiot happened on New Year's Eve? I certainly hope so! Kothy* 
Sue W. How come you get me in so much trouble? Retto — tfie poddy wogon's here! Pigs! Bottle cops, oshtroy, wolch? Out tfie bock dooH The 
next-door neighbor's dead; walk down the pagoda on a wicked hot night with drol, Tricio, Start o fire! Steal some kid's brews — run! with T E. tfie bom? 
This place is haunted. M.N. fall down tfie stairs. Let's get out of here! Love ya, A^rio Laurel, you've got a friend. Liz. Sherm, remember the nigh* ct your 
birrixkjy over at Todd's when you got really drunk, and me and Scotty hod to carry you to MulTs cor ond tfien you got sick on it? A^ll. remember; drink 
many beers on the beoch at the cope. Mull, get us bagged at oil? Sherm, Hal, Tom, <Sd we forget something at Raytheon? NeIKe Odge — We've seen 
each ottier every day (but for York Beoch week) since I asked you out kist year. If that isn't some kind record by now, let's keep it up till we set one. 
There' ve been countless movies, quite a few pizza pkices, a couple of concerts, and a very special pkice iust below Qinoda (we (tdn't hove o problem, or 
a care, oh no). We are the doss and crew couple. Your loving dork . . . Borne Shish — What con I soy? Thanks for alwoys b e ing there. It's been a great 
five years, let's keep in touch. Love, Ninotchka Ellen — What a weekend, wine and spogfietti don't mix; sleep, eot, poor doll, lose your ticket in your 
pocket, stay close — Stocey DebS. I wanted to write this Hobbit style, but I ddn't think tfiey couU print it. Take core. Kathy S. Sue — Remember my 1st 

dote with Mark and tfie 2nd D.M. — two-cent pieces . . . brakes ore tight . . . does it take a picture? . . . P.LP ? Mory Koy, Robin. Eileen. 

Kathleen, Karen, "Who's breathing?" Twist or Pry — HoJo's at 4:00, I'll eat it if it's a Chevy! A^iry Kay, we're such good somarrtons! This is the woy 
people get killed, you know! It's always fun sleeping over at Eileens; but next time let's bring a tent! I hate bogs! Oh wow, hippies rnon, tfiey're reol foots. 
YES Thonx for tfve memories. Love, AAelirvda CO. — cfieck bounced . . . Chuletos de cerdo. Paula! Jen! Remember M V. ond Red, green, and Dormy? I 
still wont to know who tfie move was going to be mode on. Kathy To Jean Bean and Nicky: Goin' over Butch's tonite?, mmm . mistletoe, (tfie 
cherries!) silly, grab that I, think snow, hoy ride (where's rrry vest?), pass out, it's the dock!, turkey cSnner (no potatoes?!), Happy '80. s-mosh!, have 
hug from buddy, toot-toot! Liz Ever dodging, neorly suicidal, gorden wrestling, comic reodng, ftrecrocker buying, ond Rommie att roc ting, treehouse 
climbing. Vodka gulping, girl-watching, syrup contaminating, Rice Krispie and ma rshrrto I low sculpting, snow bonk punching superfieroes. And clumsy. 
You ache? too. To the guys; Thanks for the good times and great memories. We kjve you all. CO., K.W. Rudy: How <Sd we get lost in Belmont? 
Spxighetti and wine, what a night, huh? Stealing pumpkins; watching reruns and why is tfie screen sfioking. C D. Toost "Here's to good friends" C.O., 
K.W. Donna, The Christmas party. Wobum's parking \ot. Those cute friends of Jerry's. Our rides home. Your fights with Jerry. Mortfia Fran, we wont to 
thank you for leaving. Marth and Sic Hey Neil: You've got tfie school all to yourself next year! So party hearty and don't miss rne too much!! Love. S*s 
T.S., D.C, C.S., V.R., C.K., oh, you don't hove to go; I do. You don't, I won't. Remember tfie fxjrch, gonggreen, Mr. Potrillo in a poKce car, Suzie Q's, ond 
orange soda. Getting blown away A.C. Remember senior pictures, DOALAC, fxscketbooks, and of course the cook! Do Don't forget snow camp, Big 
Red, and lunchtime! B.C. Don't ever forget the Lexington Library pwrking lot, Vp, AW, and oil tfie fvm at work. A.H. remember our talks, G.K., A.W. — 
we will never forget them. A.L. Sue — Boyfriends at Hoydens, Wow!!! To my estranged Regino's crew; Sorry I left you, never forget you. Liz M.K. The 
night in the field? That stupid tarp and tent? Wfien you fell — your poor jeans and finger! How dkd we know it was fractured? The J.H. field? Thonkyou 
Chienk and Monk! Tennis at one in the A.M., LIN-DA, mosquitos, it's raining so put on tfie f lourescent tent. Always remember that the library doesn't 
open 'till one on Saturday. O.K. I'll walk home in my dirty jeons at 6:00 in the moming. Why were tfie bock of my jeans oil wet? Beer? No! Wont to do it 
again?! Love, Linda To '78 Quebecois, esp. N.B., S.S., G.C: Bonjer! Bonjer! Wakey, Wakey, Eggs and Bokey! S.H. K.S. Baked ony cfioc. cfiip cookies 
lately? Remember "Typical Mole Attitude?" P.S., J.K. S.H., S.E., E.M.: Always remember "Good Times," Tfionks for a bunch of tfiem. Jim; You're so 
mean to me! I hate you BAD! Happy Birthday buddy! Let's go to the beoch — thirst? I love you. Your favorite enemy, B.W. — Many woh.s befiind tfie 
factory. J.R. Kim — Remember 9th grode Feb. Vocation — sleep overs — Starburst contests — "It's a Bitch Girl" — Brew sisters. B.W.'s "spkish" party. 
WILDCAT. Cheerleoding — njnning for the puck — camp — "PUSH IT OUT" B L. for the first tiriel Love Pom D.D. wfiere's your Green Beat Box? WiW 
New Years Huh? D.D. Loves; B.M., B.D., B.L., B.O., B.M., B.L. H A! Boy crazy. Paulo, remember tfvot doss we hod together and who was in it? You know 
my views on the matter and I'm gkad to see you changed your mind. Kathy Log on = ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTAIRIANISM LIVES! EE, ET. SH, SN, 
*MITHSSP; WPI; D+D; Magmoid; Deuchverem; Gummiborchen; Apple II; AFGL-CD6600; Boskone; Mr. Cose; Drama dies; Zurich; TVie G.C A,, Jim 
Davis; BYT Paulo! Jen! Do you wont o bottle of coke from Steve, Paul, Denise or Don? Liz — Hove you played any computers kitely? Mouse ERESTU; 
EREWHON; Apple Juice; pistachios; Le Bellcour; Mushroom Rzzo; The Chariot Con-Con on Moss. Ave.; Stuck in Brooklyn; ZIGGY; Leslie, CHINESE 
CHECKERS!; M.A.S.H.; apathy!!; Bicycling to Florida; tfie Force; bubbly-bouncy-bonzo bodacious — Short Wavelength — highenergy — LARGE 
QUANTA; Amherstcon; AAonholecover bread; Blue Novas: S.F. is ALIVE!; Hair; Weak ankles; Nondy the IRANIAN; Harvard; MIT; E E. forever; 1001 
Ploys; Explorer Post 137; Good Girls Don't; BEEPERS DON'T DIE!!!! W.H., I hote Bud, I hate cons, and I HATE WARM BEER! C O. Carolyn, we've been 
friends for three years, and they have been good ones. Hope we con always be friends. Thanks o lot. Kothy Meg, you're pretty leepy. I bet tfiey oil love 
the way you tease their hair, and those bock bends. Guess who Butter Crunch with lotso jimmies, plain cheese burger and a medium coke, "Eekl There's 
something white under the seat!", "This is an egg roll??", loons and bats and things that scuffle In the stove pipe, Kramer vs. Superman after Time In tfie 
25th Airport Seventy 10. Going in the Invasion of the HoHoween Alien Storting Over Animal House and Justice for 101 Star Wors. Just ond me. Kid A L. 
Let's go to Long Tops . . . 5 minutes? . . . stay good kld(o) Eileen: Sove the liver! Put It on so-hol-tines! Socchorin causes cancer . did you know tfiot 
if you flush the toilet, the water g^esjdown? I'll give you a quarter . , . the Llew . . . diet Pepsi, how long con I keep it in my mouth? Popo . Papa, 
your pants were sooo gross-stained but so were mine. So much fun, Love, Linda Hey Soh — Are you os glod as I am tfiot we met? Liz Jeon, remember 
washing your car at 4:00 A.M. Staying up all night, your huge robe, Chinese red lights. Crazy driving. Mortfia To Little MAC, from Tuna fish. Good-luck 
and I'll see you around. To Bucko — Thanks for the memories and good times. It's o promise! Butch Brotfier dear: Midnight chats, parties, problems, 
and good times!! Thanks for everything!! Love, Sheilo Trocey, remember the bus rides, the library table. Mortfia Jim M. May 31st! C O Mr. 
Sophisticated — Here are a few things we forgot: B.F. coffe frapf>es, hall decoroting, paint froppe, soccer ball, Mr. Unsocioble. super snake, Dejo vu. 
Dirty looks, solut, co vo? Under B-wing stairs. Thanks ogoin! bedandennooj Stoce — It's been such o long time (Boston!) Remember grode 8 — from 
first kiss to 1 28S! Be happy, stay close. Liz M.B., G.A., B.B., CD,, N.B., K.C, Get upstairs! — don't talk fresh to me — I'm telling your fotfier when he 
gets home, L,H. M. K.W. One . . .Two. . Three. . . oops, what comes ofter three , one. CO., KW. Paulo! Jen! Beth! CXj you remember the night 
of Tim's going owoy party, and who wos there and what hoppened? Kothy Space: Christmas party, walk much, R K., at formers, where the hell Is Bird', 
Shot expert, who was that guy at the disco anyway? Mary AAorgoret, remember your sex stories, my hugs. Uncle Bill. Trocey. Losing at dots. The 
Library Club. Antony visits. Thanks for everything. AAortho J. P., L,F., N.M., Coke-o-coki! Carol — Conopoche, tfie drags, tfie Prom, roller skating in 
Harvard Square, Realno's, clothes swapping, heartaches, ond oil the rest. You're beautiful, Liz Twiz twets twet twlttwoced fwoo two twox CO. Tfionks 
for the New Years party — Bee and Don Todd, Joe, Tom, Kevin, Jim, Fronk, Doug, remember: "Hit the deck" the parties broken ping-pong tobies, ice 
fights, "Big Ed's here." Putting the dock ahead. Martha T.S., D.D., D C, D.D., J R., B.W., J.D., K W., DC, L S., J.P, L.F., N M., C K., PY , HAPPY NEW 
YEAR 1980. Don't forget V.R. and B.W. WE SURVIVED IN SPITE OF BUREAUCRACY, COMMITTEES, APATHY AND BOREDON B S Freebird' 
Paradise! Do the John step. CO. K.W., E.H., C O, Keep the llilne movin' . It happened one day . . . BDCs forever! Love, Dolly P Nee: Parties, 
musicals, dances, homework, more parties, good times and bod — we've hod them oil! Never forget Dully forever, and our great friendship, even ofter 
all these years! Thanks! Love, Sheila Andy — Getting to know you (gym) Look at his face! C K F Good score, 6 to 9! Meet you G block \2 00 phone 
coll, come on over! Coke odds life! Your A block buddy, Lois, Where are your socks? Trunk of the Coddlkjc! Linda — puzzled for three hours, Party tn 
your basement. Sottet, sore muscles — ski team, teaching, the teeter-totter, Lisa how'd that stoln get on your shirt, Mickey Mouse Song, Dog Day night. 



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eating crackers; cleaning up, He's so cute/ Coptain Turtle, No, O!!, SAT'S! Our poor youth group! L.N., K.F., L.V., E.L./ Jo-Lin(?) — our turn next!/ Lilo, 
All talk no action, all action no talk, no talk no action, Mickey Mouse, Dog Day nite Love ya guys/ Mike (MM) Hoyden's official ice cleaner, I wasn't on 
your team. Learn to stand and we'll play hockey again. Me!/ Aileen — our predicaments, long convo's, my como, Ann — D's all the way Francie — My 
house, food, pope, cheerleading, partying, talks, pro biems, Coroljane, your room. Jane — deep convo's. Delta, Prom, Jay, Dawn, Borfy, Bridgewoter, 
hitchhiker Stocey — talking in your car, Acton, Russ, Games, future-nurse, collegebound, all the rides, Bonnie, Donny, Kyle, Bob — skip school drive-ins, 
mufflers, wildcat, clyle, teenage alcoholic, movies, mine and Dan's house, food, keg, summer, New Years, sleep much?, losagna at 5:30, Americafhon, 
parents going away, gainsburger, falling askeeo at the top of my road; Thanks for all the good times Love Carol/ Yvonne: Remember on off friendships, 
high scoring without dad, weeknight sleepovers, Michelle's clothes, celebroting acceptances over breakfast, and innocents on the back of the bus. 
Franigan/ Sue Cumberlonds, rainy night. Bob, Biff, Banlows, cigars, windows, blankets, cops!/ — but we didn't skip I guess the sub didn't see us M.B./ 
Tanyo, Bonnie what are ya gonna do kick us out of gym. beg borrow steal. Mary/ Jean: Remember sleepy head on the bus with furry coats, Christmas Eve 
Mass, North Middlesex game, and corupted juveniles. Fran/ M.D. You'll have to get Hank some L.R.H. when he goes out with Pinky. I hope Pinky won't 
be wearing socks. Honk I me and Freem will never let you forget about that night you were with Bekah./ J.C. don't forget about that February vacation ok 
the Thursday nights this summer, want to see my stereo? Check it./ Mike and Steve D. Remember York Beach Amusement Park? The lounge, the cop, 
Wilkie here comes a cop! Gordo how bout the sign stealing and climbing on the roof at the Prom, what total fools! Good Memories, Good Luck Biekah/ 
J.G. Remember babysitting for Melisa, basketball parties, clean offices, dinner at the Scotch and Sirlion, Alma Moter, who can find Regina's ME!!! 
Frances/ Donna Kristian — Thanks for the best summer ever! Remember — Drivein's Plymoth rock, walking into the movie Exorsist, all nighters, 
Breaking the car's back seat. Good times I wish you guys the best of Luck always Jane/ Atace — Mac's Golden Agers? Cocoa! Acton — green chevette!!/ 
cfs Remember The Who? Listening to you I get the music, is it us for a moment? Kajmir here we come! RE we're pulling out of here to win!/ Dear Vol, 
we're graduating! I think I'm speakin' to ya. Let the parties begin. Remember . . . when in doubt SEA BREEZE is the answer! You are truly o great friend. 
Love Robin/ Lynne still? was jusfzooing on ya, your so im, don't be a girl, melonhead. R.C. where's my Chemistry book notes? Gilligan's Island./ to 
Dianne, Frankie at the dance. California? no N Y. John Niles! wasa Mary — pull out the choke! Mac's. Don't forget the castle you guys. J.B./ Sherm — 
just two parting words to leave B.H.S. and McCaan's with GET THIRSTY! Robin/ Kris — thanks for being the best friend and neighbor ever. Lets always 
stay friends Looks like fun Love Oak/ DG is anyone coming? bleachers. I won't tell Gemmini's are better than Keos. walks home BF bonnano buckets./ 
Rich — Thanks for the invitation anyways Maybe some other time thanks for telling me the rumor. Let's keep having those long talks. E OO Meg, 
Tracey, Joanne, and Debbie — never forget that Sunday night after 10, the bidbk truck with M.B. -i- D driving all over town./ Chris So . . . remember 
those summer nights they were great. Hey, you wanna steal a flag, they don't look like freshmen. E./ Jim Hey Buddy Thanks for keeping me laughing 
through the years. Stay close. Eileen/ Deb remember Freebird -I- hiding. Telephone talks, the 'high speed cose' thanks for listening all the time Love L'ee/ 
Deb and Jo lets hove a repeat of that night in the woods behind th JH. Jo sorry about your mitten./ Still A.S. Fois Lorrel loves Gravey Dieb! Miss Peaches! 
Bacci's Raiders # 1 Mike skate much? Doug Holiday Inn? Breck Girl Mac attack! Redhaunt! CCC's for you Noug. Brian — leave! Love Bob, Greg/ 4th 
period study — Carol, Francie, Lynn H., Patty, Stacey, Kyle, Diane — remember cramming into Stacey's cor with our Mac's credit cards. Francie ond 
Kyle's jokes, cheerleading gossip, Carol constantly doing her math (and never finishing) Greeting Borfy the snowman with one mitten each. Snow ball 
fights. Jane and Lynne A./ Greg — Bermuda Gold — signal — nauset Mac's — Freebird — bullfrog — bleachers — Quincey Market — Rob — Hotel 
California — Dottie's — playground — joe — Malty — Allen wineberger — growths — Love ya all Bob Bob — Hotel California, Redhonk, Dougy, D.C., 
Soccer, 11:11. Stairway. Dee — Dearest! Party! Kris! Crash many parties? Soccer forever! Love always Bob' K-T Bri Feds, balcony, JrH., MSD — 
GRRDEEZ, Sve m dis one thirty, Deb — Buffy — tricycle ruined! Bambi + Wimpy, Doisy Menty, Heother Champagne Larry — Dot, Scott wake up/ "Oh 
no Mr. Bill!" — look out my socks are off./ To the Angems group in the library, I'll olways remember the Good Times, and the fun we had aggravating 
Mr. Kelly./ Remember that ol' opium den 7 3/8 who were those three block bold men haunting people on Halloween? What kind of girls go to Beaver 
College? / M.L. and S.J. Remember the blezzard of '79' Sincerly Forsty/ S.D., D.J. — GRRDEES! D.S. Baobabs! Springs! BoborRob! So perm est morte!; 
Eng 3-H — Donuts ore not exciting!; N.H. — pudgy!; L.V. talk, talk, talk; S.C. — combustoble decompression — my hero! Babyholder! D.J. — immature! 
M.C./ Tom P. Remember Canada '79'? "Shh, Steve Martin's comedy On! I can see him now!"; getting kicked out of parties and barg because you were go 
bombed. How 'bout passing out on the recliner and laughing at Downy commercials 12:9/ Goody: Don't forget Wilmington wimps! Big Red. cruising with 
DBM (lights out) behind. Want some popcorn? Jode you got guts! Don't forget ... if we die . . . we'll die happy, it leaked, 10 minutes . . . ooh good 
smacks, just leave it alone, don't unscrew it just pull it out. Fame . . . shaving cream fight, shrunken balloons, luv Trelly' Lynn and Michelle: Take good 
care of your LEEPS in college y'oll! Poosh! Keep in touch T.B. -i- F.R./ T.K. Potty's gonna getcha! Don't haylofts get cold at night? I wouldn't know! L.B.I 
J.S.: Flashlights! Cops! Odd places? New Yeors Eve! Snop! Wedge! luv ya J.B. A O. Bed on fire! Crash! Never did know how to drive a standard. Oh, 
mom, look what someone left in our yard . . . Crop raid! Stupid, that's a weed. L B. M B. Our early morning visitor! L.B.I E.W. Our Junior year wasn't as 
good as we thought it would be, but it's getting better! Remember unassigned time, English, German, Beatlemanio, roller — B.H.S. wouldn't have been 
the same without — JoEllen, Lisa, Leigh Anne, Beth C, Beth L., Nina, Sheila, Stacey, Sharon; Carolyn, JoAnn, Diana, Frances, I couldn't hove done it 
without you. Yearbook drives me nuts. Work, work work. Congratulations to Nina. Jeff if you hit me one more time, I'll knock you silly. Any ways, I hope 
we all keep in touch, skating, dances, Danny, Fred, First Night, Staying up to watch the sunrise, and all those long talks (in Brighan's etc.) Thanks for a 
good year, and for being a great friend Good Luck Always! N.K. Kathy (Kead) never forget those delicious paper towels, the phone, or those oranges. Hi 
Nadine, Susie, Kristy, Carol!/ Mike S. they say you follow the freshmen girls but I know you don't, love that jacket N-M-L. Binny, keep loving Don, Lee. Hi 
candy, Lilly./ WeWo — jive turkeys are the greatest. Bintwock. Don't do anything I wouldn't do, sis number 4. Thonds o lot Cookie/ Jul: oppisites attract; 
Remember Christmas Eve, my lesson on nickles, overtired basketball monagers, unacceptable Christmas presents, asprin, nags, more notes by me than 
you in Soc, munchies; you've been a great friend ond I wouldn't want anything that we did to ever be changed Luck Always Frances — P S. Scrod — / T. 
Remember Ruthes Bingo parties, strawberries, limes and The Who, and the bug zapper. J./ J. Ask Mrs. J for one. T A B. Jane. J. L. Flaming arrow, 
Almon Brothers, and mosaic streets. J./ Julie — Remember UFO's and God at Wayland game, microphone Fran/ F to the best baker around, Christmas 
Eve, funny gifts, walking in front of cars, bright light and gifts and M -i- M's, something smells, it's not me many munch outs — thanks for the 
encouragement. Jul / Sue — loose your sweats much, many people see your posterior at Weston — camera, photo. Don and Jules./ Hey, Best Bet "78" 
rember it! Leslie and Sheila your tops. Paul and Therese southern comforter at kris's, keep singing. Rie — Rie talk to D C, THANX for New Years eve. 
Christine Luv ya, prom, maybe next Blondie concert. Shellzie, Froggy, Koala, Mart ha, thonx for the rides, hall decorating, prom committee. Ellen punk 
rock. Shell and Nino party. Cold duck. Joey! your a great model, thanx for the love and Christmas Party. Calvin J.S. HeyCanuck. Who wonts to bear your 
child? I am the walrus you ore the egg man! In the beginning ther was — Lester who begat Dexter who molested Chester. Football humor . . . Oh you 
dancing bears. Hubie you should have put something in the brownies. Roll you sucker. Let's hove a pizza party or something. Hey Do-na — how old ore 
your hands? Not a total fool? One gol broughtin an elbow once. Gordohowdoesm. 1 . taste? Greensocks . . . It's surprising how good chemistry helps us 
grow! Good thing car windows don't break easily. New Year's Eve 1980 . . . Octoberfest. Who told you guys about this place anyway? I want this 
mailbox olive! Lincoln Continentals don't have limited slip differential. May God praise Woody the Owl! I cleanup now, okay? ' Sue — hove you gotten a 
flat tire lately? Tray — got a hose? M.M. have you been through Brubokers field lately? Joey — have you picked up anymore hitch-hikers? Troy — like 
that ride back from the Wich?/ Shell, Nee, John-Boy, Poulsy: "Always look on the bright side of life!" Love, Sheila ' Best of luck always to all my friends, 
remember the good ol' days. Love moon, Chrissy, Dilber, Lisa, star/ Fuggydoo, I love you./ To R.D., S.G., PC, D.N., N.W. Commando's forever. 
Remember Mickey on the water tower. From M.M. Mark, we hove to go skiing and canoeing this summer. Dave and Steve, I'll miss you guys! Betsy, 
more good times! Dona — Adv Bio — Gluteus maximus — soccer #1 . Aleen, it's been real, kid./ Jim, Monk, Gordy: We understood everything in Hum., 
didn't we? Don, I love you! Dean, you promised to be nice. Dona, con I borrow your brain? Mike, Jim, Brad, John, Joe: You're my favorite guys. Donna, 
can I wink just once more? Deb, good luck. Vol — enjoy all the gusto. Fran — Coffee Frap! 



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